MCS provides property inspections, property preservation, REO property maintenance, valuations, settlement services, title and other mortgage-related services throughout the United States and its territories. MCS was founded in 1986 and for over 30 years we have protected and preserved communities all across the nation.  We have grown to become one of the top single-source, national preservation and inspection providers in the nation through our dedication to providing superior service and our commitment to achieving high standards that exceed our client's expectations.  Our success is the result of our continuous focus on building long-term relationships with our clients and based upon trust, integrity, communication, accountability and transparency. If you are interested in more information about our services, please fill out our request for proposal form and we will contact you.

MCS360 provides real-time 24/7 system updates for all inspection and property preservation work orders and results. The reduction in time to process orders improves the speed and quality of both employees' and vendors' performance. This technology allows for scalability to service any client, regardless of size, while maintaining speed without sacrificing quality.  Click on this link to login to MCS360.

New Clients
For over 30 years, MCS has dedicated its efforts as a mortgage services provider, achieving focused-based performance, specialized service and excellence in execution. Through its nationwide network of insured preservation subcontractors, MCS is able to improve workflow processes, mitigate risk and save costs on behalf of its clients. Learn more about how MCS can serve you by requesting a proposal

MCS offers multiple product packages and levels of field service coverage across the nation to help clients quickly sell their properties for the highest possible value.  For a more detailed description of the services we provide please visit our Services page.

Useful Links

Government Sponsored Enterprises
MCS works closely with the government agencies involved in default servicing.  Click on the agencies listed below to view their website.  Their default servicing guidelines are available on our guidelines page.
Fannie Mae
Freddie Mac
Ginnie Mae
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

Industry Associations
American Legal & Financial Network 
Mortgage Bankers Association
United States Foreclosure Network (USFN)