Mortgage broker network new on voluntary benefit list

Anderson, Tom
March 2005
Employee Benefit News;3/1/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p54
Looks at the Mortgage PPO, a no-cost mortgage benefit program to employers and workforce, launched by Redwood City, California-based Mortgage Benefits Corp. Terms under the program; Percentage of the companies in the U.S. which gave workers mortgage assistance in 2004; Reason banks and companies with credit unions do not want to add the Mortgage PPO.


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