Submitted by urpadmin on Wed, 04/16/2014 - 11:52
USFN publishes a broad selection of reference publications for the mortgage servicing industry. Some of them are accessible digitally via paid subscription; others are available for purchase in print. Available digitally are USFN's Successors In Interest National Reference Guide and two state-by-state timelines matrices: (1) Foreclosure Timelines Matrix™ - excerpted from The NMSRD™, which is a convenient resource for quick state-by-state reference; and (2) Eviction Timelines Matrix™ - with state-by-state coverage concisely addressing eviction steps and estimated timelines, as well as personal property disposition. Additionally, four desk guides (covering bankruptcy, foreclosure, manufactured homes, and REO/eviction with state-specific information for all 50 states and D.C.) are offered in print.
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USFN is a not-for-profit, national association of mortgage banking law firms and associated vendor members. Founded in 1988, USFN is comprised of professionals in foreclosure and bankruptcy legal practices from across the nation in a single resource network of information, service, and professional practice. Through its numerous committees and work groups (including ones on bankruptcy, education, legal issues, publications, and REO/eviction) the collective strength of USFN offers comprehensive services to the mortgage banking industry. For further information about USFN, go to www.usfn.org.
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