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  • Category:
  • Collections, Mortgage Processing, Mortgage Servicing, Mortgages, Sub-Servicing
The same great experience you have come to expect from The Money Source Inc. (TMS) subservicing is now coming together with the surety you deserve under a depository institution, First Allied Bank, sb dba Servbank, founded in 1994 in Illinois. As one of the nation’s Top 10 subservicing providers, we are putting the “service” back into subservicing by offering the winning combination of People + Technology. Our people are dedicated professionals with industry experience, who are committed to providing superior customer service and personalized support for our clients. Our innovative technology gives you a fully transparent, 100% accessible, on-demand view of your portfolio. Servbank is a full-service subservicer, with a diverse portfolio and quality products and services, who are dedicated to our partners’ success. Grow happiness with us and drive your business forward.

Servbank is a different kind of company, we do business in a different way…

Contact Information

  • Contact Name
  • Tom Gillis, CMB
  • Contact Title
  • SVP Correspondent and Subservicing Sales
  • Contact Phone
  • (805) 441-3337
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  • Location
  • 3138 E Elwood Street,
    Phoenix, Arizona, United States 85034


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