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Indiana industry appointments update - 1/25/2007

National Mortgage Professional
Jan 25, 2007

First Security Lending launches mortgage planning divisionMortgagePress.comMortgage broker education First Security Lending (FSL) has launched a mortgage planning division, in an ongoing effort to promote continuing education for loan officers and their clients. Senior FSL board member Scott Yonehiro, CMPS will lead the new division as regional sales trainer, where he will oversee all aspects of internal FSL education, including fiscal literacy, client relations and mortgage planning and investment education. He will also host quarterly education seminars open to all mortgage professionals. FSL is a real estate financing company based in Burbank, Calif. For more information, call (800) 357-5626 or visit www.firstsecuritylending.com.
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