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National Mortgage Professional
Dec 10, 2006

Impac Mortgage enhances pricing and loan amounts on No MI programMortgagePress.comImpac No Mortgage Insurance program Impac Mortgage Holdings Inc. has announced enhanced pricing and loan amounts on single loans in its No Mortgage Insurance program. Impac's enhancements to the No Mortgage Insurance program include pricing competitive with combo pricing and larger loan amounts, including 100 percent financing to $1 million. Newport Beach, Calif.-based Impac Mortgage Holdings Inc. is a mortgage real estate investment trust. For more information, call (800) 597-4101 or visit www.impaccompanies.com.
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Dec 10, 2006
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