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National industry appointments update - 9/28/2007

National Mortgage Professional
Sep 28, 2007

IndyMac launches commercial lending programMortgagePress.comIndyMac commercial mortgages IndyMac Bank FSB has launched a commercial real estate lending program targeted to residential Mortgage Brokers who want to offer commercial loans. The company's Simple New Application Process is designed to assist brokers with no commercial experience in joining the program. Features of the new program include purchases and refinances, loan amounts up to $5 million, 3- to 10-year hybrid adjustable-rate mortgages and multifamily and commercial property eligibility. IndyMac Bank FSB is a savings and loan, as well as an independent mortgage lender, based in Pasadena, Calif. For more information, call (800) 669-2300 or visit www.indymacbank.com.
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