How many of us have often followed my Colenders experience during the Crunched Credit era – from debts that were syndicated to co-lending agreements that foreshadow – no, needed – that the A had to be securitized; maintenance precautions outside the predicted PSA have remained vague, ill-defined (or, in some cases, simply broken). And then the music died. (All of this is more than reasonably understandable – few customers felt it was worth ordering robust, fully textured interim service contracts to handle fresh mortgages during the months between initiation and securitization. It`s just that bulk interim service agreements and co-lenders that depend on a future PSA only work until they don`t). . . .