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USA Funding to join forces with AmericaHomeKey

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Apr 19, 2010

USA Funding Corporation, based in Brookfield, Wis., has announce that, as of May 1, 2010, they will be joining forces with AmericaHomeKey Inc. based in Dallas, Texas. USA Funding has funded thousands of home mortgages in the Midwest over the past 17 years and views this as a great opportunity to gain a national presence. AmericaHomeKey has 700-plus employees and is considered a leader in the mortgage industry in the United States. AmericaHomeKey has been seeking the right partner to enter the Midwest market and feels this is a perfect fit for their business model. AmericaHomeKey will continue to offer services and products to both wholesale as well as to retail customers. There will be many benefits to customers moving forward including: even lower mortgage rates, additional mortgage products, and streamlined technology. USA Funding thanks all their customers who have trusted them with more than $5 billion in home mortgages over the past decade. For more information, visit www.usafundingcorp.com or www.americahomekey.com.      
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