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Shenn, Jody
October 2004
American Banker;10/14/2004, Vol. 169 Issue 198, p12
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Reports the favorite mortgage provider of minority groups is Countrywide. Data from the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act which showed that Countrywide took part in 440,870 mortgages worth $74.7 billion to ethnic minorities; Statement from the company on its "emerging markets" outreach which includes the hiring of multicultural employees; Assertion that it provided 12.6% of all home loans for Hispanics in the United States last year.


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