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Extensia Financial

       

  • Category:
  • Lending Solutions
Extensia’s specialized servicing and subservicing is a strategic and powerful tool to leverage when your credit union is ready for expansive growth. As one of the largest and most established CUSOs specializing in commercial real estate loans and portfolios, Extensia has been serving the back-office needs of credit unions since 1998. We can assist your credit union with any or all aspects of MBL Commercial Real Estate Lending and Servicing because Extensia understands the unique credit union-specific issues and regulations. We also recognize that—as your sub servicer—we are honored to act as a professional extension of your credit union. So, whether you are looking for comprehensive-level servicing, simple loan collection and remittance, or something in between, Extensia is ready to customize a program to meet your specific needs so your business can grow. Call us today so we can show you how.

Contact Information

  • customercare@extensiafinancial.com
  • Contact Phone
  • 800-894-8328
  • Fax
  • 818-836-6488
  • Location
  • 9301 Corbin Ave. Suite 1200,
    Northridge, California, us 91324



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