SWOT Analysis

November 2005
Irwin Mortgage Corporation SWOT Analysis;Nov2005, p5
SWOT Analysis
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The article presents information on the U.S. mortgage lender and loan servicer Irwin Mortgage Corp. The strengths and weaknesses of the company are presented. It also discusses the demand for home loans, growth in popularity of mortgage banks, and increased income from servicing portfolio. Threats facing the mortgage banking industry are also discussed.


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