LoanCare Honored with 2020 HousingWire Tech 100 Award

Noted as an early adapter of self-service technology, LoanCare, one of the industry’s fastest growing subservicers, has once again been named a HousingWire Tech 100 Award winner.

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Servicers can prepare for a potential recession by putting the right tech and people in place

LoanCare to launch new web and mobile experiences featuring self-service options for borrowers

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S&P Global Ratings Affirms Above Average Residential Primary Servicer Ranking for LoanCare LLC

Building on momentum from additional volume and its continued operational excellence, LoanCare LLC, a ServiceLink company, has once again received an Above Average Residential Primary Servicer Ranking from S&P Global Ratings. The outlook is stable.

Operating in four sites across the U.S., LoanCare is transforming mortgage servicing through its prime portfolio of nearly 1.8 million accounts. S&P Global cited its experienced management team, training program, servicing metrics and average customer service answer time for the favorable ranking.

“LoanCare continues to hire experienced personnel as the portfolio increases while concurrently implementing improvements to the operation affecting technology, internal controls and other areas,” S&P said in a release. “These varied developments should increase efficiencies and allow it to proactively service its customer base.”

In addition to opening a new site in Pittsburgh and a large bulk transfer in Q2 of 2019, S&P noted other positive business developments including an improved website and mobile application and enhanced self-service capabilities for customers.

“We are proud of this sustained confidence in our rating from S&P,” said Dave Worrall, President of LoanCare. “Our portfolio grew substantially over the past six months and this recognition underscores our commitment and dedication to streamlined operations to fit any client need.”

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LoanCare to hire more than 200 in region

Moon Township-based LoanCare announced Monday that they planned to hire more than 200 full-time workers in the Pittsburgh region.

The hiring process will be conducted on Tuesday, Oct. 8 and Wednesday, Oct. 9 from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the company’s Moon Township campus at 1200 Cherrington Parkway. In a press release, the company said it could hire as many as 300 workers to support its loan subservicing division. ServiceLink, which owns LoanCare, is also looking to fill dozens of client services positions within its First Mortgage and Valuations divisions.

LoanCare said the jobs will offer payment of $20 per hour plus incentives, vacation pay, full healthcare benefits and flex scheduling. Walk-ins to the hiring event are welcome, but interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at

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