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Alphonso Jackson sworn in as HUD secretary: Pledges to focus on homeownership, affordable housing and management reform

National Mortgage Professional
Oct 11, 2005

New version of Guide2mortgage releasedMortgagePress.comGuide2mortgage.com, web-based technology, online directory The national commercial real estate mortgage lender directory, Guide2mortgage.com, announces that a new version has been released. The new version has a new feature that will allow subscribers to post properties in need of financing to the directory, whereby lenders listed in the directory will be able to see the postings and call the borrower/broker directly. This new feature is free to basic subscribers in a limited format. An expanded version that allows the posting of unlimited properties, as well as the lender search capability, is available to premium subscribers for a fee. Based in Easton, Md., Guide2mortgage.com is an online directory of commercial and multifamily mortgage lenders. For more information, call (866) 822-4033 or visit www.guide2mortgage.com.
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Oct 11, 2005
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