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First Horizon National Corporation (FHN): First Horizon Still Muddling, But ...
Not only does First Horizon have additional cost-cutting leverage, but the bank's trading operations and core lending are still in doldrums that I do not believe will persist indefinitely. Moreover, I think the quality of the company's past mortgage

The secretive business havens of Cyprus and the Cayman Islands face a potent ...
The secretive business havens of Cyprus and the Cayman Islands face a potent ... Among its offerings is a variety of shell known as a "shelf" company, which comes with years of regulatory filings behind it, lending a greater feeling of solidity. "A corporation is a legal person created by state statute that None collect the

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14 real estate terms that everyone should understand The Federal National Mortgage Association (Fannie Mae) and the Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (Freddie Mac) are two government-sponsored enterprises that purchase mortgages from lending institutions. Their purpose is to promote stability 

The Tale of a House, and an Entire Market
Note: Metro and national home values based on the Zillow Home Value Index. Virtually all the economic turmoil of the last seven years started with the . As early as 2007, for example, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ordered Ms. Johnson's

NLC International

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Lennar, mortgage company loaned to unqualified buyers and deceived feds, lawsuit alleges

CLEARWATER — Homebuilding giant Lennar Corp. and its Clearwater-based mortgage subsidiary made loans to unqualified buyers and violated federal laws, a former employee alleges.

In a lawsuit filed in Pinellas County Circuit Court, Wanda Burling says she repeatedly complained to a vice president at Eagle Home Mortgage about the company's lending practices only to be warned to "let it go'' if she wanted to keep her job.

The same executive also said that given a choice between Burling and loan originators who "may or may not follow the rules,'' Eagle would always choose the originators as they are "producers'' for the company.

Burling, who was fired last year, is seeking back pay with interest and compensatory damages from Lennar and Eagle, formerly known as Universal American Mortgage Co.

Miami-based Lennar, one of the nation's largest home builders, is active in numerous new-home communities in the Tampa Bay area. Records show that Eagle has made thousands of mortgage loans in Hillsborough and Pasco counties.

Premium Finance Firm National Partners to be Acquired by Digital Lender WebBank

National Partners, founded in 2016, provides commercial premium finance services to brokers, agents and insureds. According to the announcement, all staff and executives will remain in place at National Partners , which will become a subsidiary of WebBank. Besides its Denver headquarters, National Partners has regional offices in Chicago, New York City and Tampa.

The pending acquisition includes National Partners and its wholly owned subsidiaries, National Partners of California and National Partners of New York.

Terms were not disclosed. The transaction is expected to close in early 2019, subject to regulatory approval.

Combining the two companies will benefit insurance agents, according to National Partners CEO Bruce Lundy. “WebBank is nimble, has access to superb technology, deep knowledge, and smart people, which is evident in the brands it has attracted and helped grow,” Lundy said.

WebBank said National Partners fits with its strategy and expertise. “Their growth trajectory, risk management culture, and strong reputation with their clients convinced us that they will be an excellent partner and long-term investment,” said Jason Lloyd, WebBank’s executive vice president.

Has anyone heard of NLC? National Lending Corp.?

Theres this company @ and it's about being a mortgage loan officer. You make money of someones succesful loan. Then when you recruit people, you get overides and more money. Has any one done this? Is this a real thing? I'ts no exp.

You need to be licensed in most states to be a mortgage broker. This sounds like a scam. Sorry, but I'd stay away from it if I were you.