The Broker Pens Her Own Program

Adams, John
January 2007
Bank Technology News;Jan2007, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p30
Trade Publication
The article reports on the development of the eMortgEdge 1003 Power mortgage loan system released by CEO and founder Donna Iwane of the eMortEdge Corp. in Hawaii. The system allows mortgage brokers, loan processors, and wholesale lenders to have speedy access of generationg loan proposals through the web. It also features services that help broker in the search of detailed information concerning loans and billing capabilities protected by an advanced security system.


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