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National Mortgage Professional
Nov 14, 2002

Countrywide Continues Torrid PaceMortgage Press.comCountrywide, 2002 Production Countrywide Home Loans announced that it funded $7.3 billion in second liens during the first eight months of 2002, surpassing 2001's record volume of $6.3 billion. Based on the run-rate of the first eight months, Countrywide could produce up to $11 billion in second mortgages in 2002, a 72 percent gain from its volume in 2001. Countrywide Home Loans, headquartered in Calabasas, Calif., provides mortgage banking and diversified financial services in domestic and international markets. For more information, visit www.countrywide.com or call (800) 796-8448.
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Nov 14, 2002
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