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Arizona industry appointments update - 09/07/2006

National Mortgage Professional
Sep 07, 2006

SharperLending partners with Online Documents to enhance platformMortgagePress.comMortgage lending platform SharperLending LLC has partnered with Online Documents Inc., to offer lenders access to compliant mortgage documents and simplify the closing process. SharperLending's bundled services platform will allow lenders to access Online Express Web, to quickly and efficiently draw purchase and refi documents, including all state and federal disclosures. Spokane-based SharperLending LLC maintains an online bundled service platform that includes lending products and services. For more information, call (800) 452-1174 or visit www.sharperlending.com. Concord, Calif.-based Online Documents Inc. provides compliant mortgage documents and related services to lenders nationwide. For more information, call (800) 488-9320 or visit www.onlinedocuments.com.
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Sep 07, 2006
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