Whitestar is a full service, integrated special servicing specialist, delivering superior quality advisory, real estate management, securitisation and structuring, analytics, and related loan portfolio investment services.
We are proud of the reputation we have earned as a company that consistently delivers Execution, Performance and Value.
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of know-how, product expertise, track record, and superior client service is unparalleled in the marketplace. We are confident that our clients benefit from our team's experience, customized services, and objectivity.FIND OUT MORE
is based on international best practices. Our processes are fully documented reinforcing our culture of compliance, accountability and risk management. Whitestar Asset Solutions is the only end to end independent servicing platform in Portugal with a proven track record across various asset types.FIND OUT MORE
in all aspects of portfolio results. Year over year, Whitestar has enjoyed a significant growth in assets under management even when the market has had very few new deals. It is a testament to our performance and our market leading position.FIND OUT MORE
Whitestar currently manages over 5,000 properties and over 700 REOs. Our services include property management, valuations, REO maintenance, listing, marketing and closing.FIND OUT MORE
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