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RESPA roundtables: Debate, rumble or real input?

Jan 05, 2006

NAMB debuts re-vamped Web siteMortgagePress.comNational Association of Mortgage Brokers The National Association of Mortgage Brokers has re-launched its new-look Web site at www.namb.org for the latest industry and member news. The simplified homepage makes it easier to find the information you're looking for, whether it's breaking news from Capitol Hill, the latest NAMB press releases, updated meeting information or the latest on professional certification, membership or education. Also, e-NAMB University courses, NAMB's online classes, may now be purchased online at the new Web site. The NAMB Web site serves as a central location for all information related to the mortgage industry for both NAMB members and non-members alike. Links to NAMB's nationwide state affiliate are available. The site also features tips for homebuyers, as well as reasons why using a mortgage broker is important in the home buying transaction. Homebuyers looking for mortgage brokers in their area can search the NAMB's membership database to locate an association member to assist in the process. Additionally, the site provides useful information for mortgage brokers to perform better and within the NAMB Code of Ethics. For more information, visit www.namb.org.
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