Brace, founded in 2017, help banks and other mortgage lenders better manage loss mitigation processes stemming from when a customer can no longer make mortgage payments. The platform was designed with a vision of empowering every stakeholder to build wealth for future generations through smart homeownership. Brace addresses the inefficiency and lack of transparency caused by outdated mortgage servicing technology. The company recently debuted its next-generation Default Management Platform, a white-label system that gives its customers the ability to handle clients in distress more efficiently.
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