March 2005
Mortgage Banking;Mar2005, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p150
This article presents a list of the top 30 west central residential lenders. Some of them are as follows: Washington Mutual Bank; Countrywide financial Corp.; Wells Fargo Bank; Bank of America; World Savings; Greenpoint Mortgage Corp.; Argent Mortgage Co. LLC; New Century Mortgage Corp.; Downey Savings & Loan; First Franklin Financial Corp.; Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corp; Chase Manhattan Bank; National City Mortgage Corp.; WMC Mortgage corp.; Citimortgage/Citibank; First Horizon Home Loans Corp.; Indymac Bank; Ameriquest Mortgage Co.; Fremont Investment & Loan and Long Beach Mortgage Co.


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