In its release, S&P noted some of Seneca's major strengths that contributed to the rankings, including, "[A] focus on providing customized customer service...through both traditional methods and innovative programs to provide maximum return for investors and address the needs of borrowers," Seneca's systems analysis and enhancements completed to properly service prime loans, and "[Seneca's] highly experienced management with industry leadership experience."
"We are very pleased to receive our S&P prime ranking so early in the build-out process," said
Seneca Mortgage Servicing's attainment of an S&P primary loan servicer ranking comes at a time when the company continues to expand upon its diversified mortgage servicing platform, which includes Government-Sponsored Enterprise (GSE) and third party Special Servicing asset acquisitions and servicing. Seneca is an approved
Seneca Mortgage Servicing, currently with over 300 employees, is focused on creating value for its clients through continued capital investment and platform expansion, hiring of experienced people, building effective processes and continued investment in technology. Seneca anticipates a move to a significantly larger facility in
As a national servicer of residential and small balance commercial mortgages, Seneca Mortgage Servicing is focused on creating value for its clients, which include some of the nation's leading banks and investment funds.
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