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NAMB industry alert: Changes at Experian and Equifax expected to increase costs and decrease access to credit for marginal borrowers

National Mortgage Professional
Dec 11, 2006

Capstone Institute launches style and image development divisionMortgagePress.comMortgage brand development,customer service Capstone Institute of Mortgage Finance has launched its Professional Spirit division, which will assist mortgage companies and professionals in the area of style and image development. Kathy Lewis, Capstone's CEO and a former professional model, will act as president of the division. Darlene Wofford, a Certified Image Consultant, will serve as division director. Marietta, Ga.-based Capstone Institute of Mortgage Finance is a training institute serving the mortgage banking and real estate industries. For more information, call (800) 229-8556 or visit www.capstoneinstitute.com.
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Dec 11, 2006
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