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National Mortgage Professional
Jun 01, 2006

Sage Credit Company opens for businessMortgagePress.comSage Credit Company Sage Credit Company, a full-service retail branch company, has announced its official launch. Started by 31-year-old company president Quentin Caruana, Sage offers both prime and sub-prime loans directly to consumers through 30 branch offices located in California, Nevada and New Jersey. The company, which currently employs approximately 450 associates, plans to expand to 40 U.S. branches by the end of the second quarter. Sage Credit Company's projected goals include funding more than $100 million in home loans per month and more than $1.7 billion in the first 12 months of business. By the third year, SCC plans to exceed $5.6 billion annually in closed loan volume. Sage Credit Company is a mortgage lender based in Irvine, Calif. For more information, call (866) 324-3241 or visit
Jun 01, 2006
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