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National Homebuyers Fund unveils down-payment assistance program

National Mortgage Professional
Dec 11, 2006

Market Kinetix launches Deal Maker analysis toolMortgagePress.comMortgage credit analysis Market Kinetix LLC has launched Deal Maker, a scientific analysis software tool designed to provide loan originators with a customized action plan on how borrowers may achieve a target credit score in the shortest time possible. "Deal Maker takes the guesswork out of the equation and replaces it with clear, step-by-step instructions on how to correct any borrower's credit score, resulting in the desired increase," said Market Kinetix spokesman Ron Litt. Houston-based Market Kinetix is a marketing company specializing in the mortgage industry. For more information, call (888) 325-2008.
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