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MSP® DATA ACCESS

The vast data you process and store within LPS’ Mortgage Servicing Platform (MSP) is one of your most valuable resources for effective processing as well as decision-making. But information that is dormant, inaccessible or difficult to extract does little to help your business.

Tap into this priceless data resource to meet your unique servicing needs with LPS’ efficient data access tools.  LPS offers the data through two products: LPS Web Director and LPS Mortgage Web Services.

In business, knowledge is power. Contact us to find out how to access this data to make your organization more powerful.

LPS WEB DIRECT

LPS Web Direct allows your employees or authorized third-party users to begin leveraging your MSP data immediately. This easy-to-use and intuitive interface requires no knowledge of MSP, so users are up and running quickly with limited or no training.
 
And because LPS Web Direct is Web-based, implementation is quick with no need for software installation. All a user needs is an Internet connection. Dynamic Loan View and Payoff Express are available through LPS Web Direct to simplify servicing business challenges.
 

LPS MORTGAGE WEB SERVICES

Mortgage Web Services provides access to MSP data with users controlling the presentation layer by designing their own user interface. Based on your design, the application launches a Web service request behind the scenes and the results are displayed directly into the user’s application. With XML request and response schemas, you can integrate applications of every type.

Mortgage Web Services locates and aggregates select MSP and third-party data while synchronizing delivery to make it readily accessible, reliable and useful for a wide variety of servicing functions.
 
To learn more about LPS’ data access solutions, call 800.991.1274 or email mortgage.marketing@lpsvcs.com.
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