Foreclosure / Trustee Services
The Peak Corporate Network entities provide a wide range of default servicing solutions to meet the needs of servicers, sub-servicers, banks and private investors.
Whether for a foreclosure, workout, short sale, bankruptcy, title claim, lien release, eviction or other default need, our team of experts provides a level of superior service unique to the industry. Our quick decision-making process and eye towards ensuring cost-efficient and expeditious processing for even the most complex portfolios, sets up apart as does our ability to handle a loan from inception all the way through REO repairs and ultimate disposition.
We provide complete, start-to-finish processing of residential, commercial and industrial foreclosures. Our specialists possess a comprehensive understanding of the special challenges associated with a default situation and are able to successfully usher any file through to asset disposition. And should a property not be sold during a foreclosure auction, we have the resources to make any necessary repairs, market and sell the property, and coordinate and monitor the eviction.
If a foreclosure is not the appropriate option, we will provide alternative resolutions including, forbearance, loan modification and disposition of notes/deeds. Our specialists will help mediate to facilitate a favorable financial arrangement among all involved parties.
Our Services include:
- Servicing Non-performing Loans:
–Residential, Consumer and Commercial Loans
–1st & 2nd Liens, Fixed-Rate, Adjustable-Rate, Simple-Interest and Construction / Rehab Loans
–Breach Letters for Notice of Intent to Foreclose
–Past Due Collection Letters
–Foreclosure Notices (Notice of Default and Notice of Sale)
–Borrower Contact Calls, Outgoing Collection Calls
- In-house Residential and Commercial Foreclosure/Trustee Services in Eleven States:
Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Utah and Washington.
- Nationwide Foreclosure/Trustee referral Services
- Complex Foreclosures
–Ch. 7, 11, & 13, Litigation
- Loss Mitigation