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CRHMFA expands FirstHouse loan program

National Mortgage Professional
Dec 10, 2006

Dynamic Marketing Partners launches FreeLoanFlyers.comMortgagePress.comMarketing flyer design Dynamic Marketing Partners has announced the launch of its mortgage-marketing Web site, FreeLoanFlyers.com, which makes professionally crafted flyers available at no cost to mortgage industry professionals. The Web site offers both retail- and wholesale-oriented flyers and allows users to choose from a growing list of pre-designed flyer templates and other design options. Dynamic Marketing Partners is a mortgage-consulting firm, based in Las Vegas. For more information, call (702) 525-9763 or visit www.dynamicmarketingpartners.com.
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