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National Mortgage Professional
Jul 09, 2006

DeepGreen introduces 30-year home equity loanMortgagePress.com30-year home equity loan, DeepGreen Financial DeepGreen Financial has begun to offer a 30-year, fixed-rate home equity loan directly to consumers, via its Web site. Currently, the new loan is available to qualified borrowers at rates beginning at 7.375 percent APR and for amounts up to $250,000. The loan also features no lender or annual fees or closing costs. Payments are amortized and repaid over the full 30-year term of the loan. DeepGreen Financial is an online home equity lender based in Highland Hills, Ohio. For more information, call (888) 576-9238 or visit www.deepgreenfinancial.com.
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Jul 09, 2006
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