Wissinger Promises to Trim Servicing Costs by $7 Per Loan Over Two Years

Muolo, Paul
November 2000
Mortgage Servicing News;Nov2000, Vol. 4 Issue 11, p3
Reports plans of the Wells and Fargo Home Mortgage to increase its business and servicing costs per loan in the United States. Goal to increase market share in home loan origination and servicing; Interest to purchase G.E. Capital Mortgage Services in New Jersey; Percentage of the market share in 1993.


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