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Mortgage banks on the Internet

It is a win-win situation for our company and the consumer. The Internet is a viable method for obtaining a mortgage and. Search mortgage websites for gateways Mortgage sellers on-line seem to have taken the Federal Reserve's 50 bps interest reduction from Monday to their hearts in the hope that it will get them to buy a house or fund a mortgage. LendingTree Inc. and American Mortgage Holdings are at least two companies that turn to portals ites to catch the eye of people.

LendingTree Wednesday has closed a transaction with Yahoo under which it will sell its Lend-X power LendingTree Exchange through the Mortgage Center on Yahoo finance. "LendingTree's dedication to providing consumer comfort, selection and value for money supplements Yahoo Finance's mission of providing user-friendly financial entertainment, resources and service," said Tim Sheehan, Yahoo Financial Operations Manager.

LendingTree CEO and COO Tom Reddin added, "This is a strong blend of two of the world' s top Internet brand names. Yahoo user forecast that Yahoo user will raise the number of credit inquiries through LendingTree and help Yahoo achieve sustained growth in return. The American Mortgage Holdings apparently had the same concept when they extended their relationship with Microsoft on Tuesday.

As part of its multi-year business, MSN Online's home and property leader, MSN HomeAdvisor, will make American Home's MortgageSelect.com department the only mortgage broker to integrate with American Home.

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Habito, a London start-up company, allows home buyers to find a mortgage with an artifical intelligentsia Chatbot instead of a set of meeting or telephone calls with a real estate agent.

Habito, a London-based start-up company, allows home buyers to find a mortgage with an artifical intelligentsia chatbot instead of a set of meeting or telephone calls with a real estate agent. They claim to find the right loans within a few moments and make an offer without having to worry about red tape or brokerage fees.

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