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Reps introduce sub-prime lending reform legislation: Bill to curb unscrupulous lending practices, increase protections on homebuyers

National Mortgage Professional
Nov 19, 2007

Informative Research introduces new application, Spanish-language reportsMortgagePress.comMortgage credit software Informative Research has announced an expected 2008 release for OriginatorDirect, a Web-based mortgage information application, which will allow midsized credit reporting agencies to access and share credit reporting technology, as well as other risk-reduction tools, without paying licensing fees or altering workflow. In addition, Informative Research has introduced an online feature that will allow mortgage professionals to view credit reports in Spanish. The feature is available through the company's Web site. Informative Research is a provider of credit and mortgage-related information based in Garden Grove, Calif. For more information, call (800) 473-4633 or visit www.informativeresearch.com.
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