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RoundPoint Selected as Subservicer for Reliant Bank

Charlotte, North Carolina-headquartered RoundPoint Mortgage Servicing Corporation (RoundPoint) has been selected by Reliant Bank as a subservicer.

RoundPoint services loans for a variety of community banks, credit unions, private equity firms, and mortgage banks and is committed to providing a world-class customer experience to borrowers. Reliant Bank’s selection of RoundPoint as its subservicer is confirmation of this commitment, the company said in a statement.

Jacqueline Weed, VP Operations and Correspondent Lending, with Reliant Bank stated, “We chose RoundPoint Mortgage Servicing because of its best-in-class systems, customer-centric operating model, and robust reporting tools. We look forward to deepening our relationship with RoundPoint as we continue to expand our mortgage product offerings.”

“Reliant Bank has experienced tremendous growth and success, and we are delighted to have been selected as its subservicing partner. This relationship helps Reliant excel at providing comprehensive mortgage solutions while RoundPoint focuses on what we do best–expertly performing our subservicing responsibilities,” said Allen Price, SVP of Business Development for RoundPoint.

Kevin Brungardt, CEO for RoundPoint, added, “As we continue providing a world-class subservicing execution to publicly-traded institutions, we seek partnerships with like-minded organizations that seek to promote and foster homeownership with innovative solutions. Our relationship with Reliant is a perfect example of this partnership objective.”

Founded in 2007, RoundPoint Mortgage Servicing Corporation is a national co-issue servicer, loan subservicer, and residential mortgage lender. It currently services nearly $90 billion worth of mortgage assets and is authorized to service loans in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The company is headquartered in Charlotte with an office in Dallas.

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