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Freddie Mac enhances financial literacy curriculum and loans

National Mortgage Professional
Jul 12, 2007

MBA debuts public service announcementsMortgagePress.comMortgage public service announcements The Mortgage Bankers Association has announced the launch of a television and radio public service announcement campaign designed to increase consumer financial literacy and advise those who may face trouble making their loan payments to contact their lenders as soon as possible. The campaign will direct viewers to MBA's consumer information site, www.homeloanlearningcenter.com, where borrowers can get easy-to-understand information about options that best fit their life circumstances when buying homes or choosing new loan products. The Mortgage Bankers Association, based in Washington, D.C., is a national trade association that represents the real estate finance industry. For more information, call (202) 557-2700 or visit www.mbaa.org.
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