You have confidence that your tracking is rock solid. Excessive borrower noise is eliminated while you reduce flood compliance fears and the cost burden on loan servicing.
You need to win on all three levels: streamlining your servicing, safeguarding your reputation, and stemming the tide of borrower complaints.
You'd stop having to chase declarations documents to avoid false placements.
You would have full visibility with every loan no matter the status or complexity—not just with auto, but with mortgage and commercial loans, too.
You'd have total confidence in tracking with up-to-date accuracy and always timely notifications.
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Keeping your tracking in-house allows you to control borrower communications with no vendors to manage.
But that DIY responsibility or legacy insurance tracking complicates every tracking task leads to missed mailing requirements, constant compliance worries, and an unchecked flow of borrower frustration that is squarely focused on loan servicing staff and even reaches upper management.