Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Funding America, no more...

Thanks to cpaone for the tip. Looks like Funding America is, well, no longer funding America from their website:

Due to current market conditions in the mortgage industry, Funding America has decided to discontinue accepting any new business.

Effective immediately, all loans in our pipeline will be processed out of our Houston location and we will work to close those loans in as smooth a manner as possible. For questions concerning any loans that are currently in process, you should contact our processing team at (866) 782-0100 Ext.1931, 1928, 1924 or 1933 for further information and status.

From our start nearly two years ago, Funding America has provided countless opportunities for numerous team members, brokers, investors, and home owners to have a more successful life.

Thanks to all of you for your support.

Funding America


Mozo Maz said...

Sounds to me like, they've found permenant "stability" now.

Perfect Storm said...

So these guys were around for only two years. Well that sort of sucks that they got in on the game a little late. Hell anybody with any mortgage savy would have known that they could have pushed this liar loans on people back in 2000.

Now for all you subprime liar loan officers and realtwhores who all of sudden think you know more about economics than PHD's, your days are numbered.

When the pain of your actions hits our society and the bull crap that you spread causes serios economic ruin for our nation, we will be looking for YOU. Do you understand that.

AnalysisGuy said...

Crispy are you going to run a post about today's Bakersfield Californian story? If so, check your email to see how the Californian "performs" its research.

Bakersfield Bubble said...


Check your email.


AnalysisGuy said...

Nothing in the inbox?

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