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National Mortgage Professional
Sep 07, 2005

Seattle Mortgage releases reverse jumbo loanMortgagePress.comReverse mortgages Seattle Mortgage has introduced a proprietary reverse jumbo loan, The Independence Plan, which features a 2.1 percent margin option. The new loan features the ability to waive loan fees and have most (if not all) third-party charges paid by Seattle Mortgage, as well as the flexibility to draw as much money as desired, rather than a flat percentage. A subsidiary of Seattle Financial Group, Seattle Mortgage is a mortgage company based in Seattle. For more information, call (800) 233-4601 or visit www.seattlemortgage.com.
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