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Foundation Financial Group expands its mortgage services division

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Aug 26, 2010

Foundation Financial Group has received its license to begin offering mortgage services in the state of Maine. With a presence in 30 states, Foundation Financial Group actively serves thousands of customers with prime, government-sponsored and Federal Housing Administration (FHA)-backed loans along the Eastern Seaboard and in central parts of the United States. “With the addition of Maine, Foundation Financial Group is pleased to offer residential mortgage services throughout all of New England,” said Mark Boyer, executive vice president. “With an extensive range of products and competitive rates, we are committed to helping our clients meet all of their financial goals.” As one of the fastest-growing mortgage lenders in the nation, Foundation Financial Group maintains its focus on excellent customer service and top-notch responsiveness to ensure lasting client relationships. For more information, visit www.onlineffg.com.
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