Countrywide in Property Pact

Berry, Kate
April 2008
American Banker;4/28/2008, Vol. 173 Issue 81, p10
Trade Publication
This article discusses a partnership between Countrywide Financial Corp. and New Vista Asset Management to market foreclosed properties in minority neighborhoods. New Vista will provide seminars for first time home buyers interested in foreclosed properties in these neighborhoods. Countrywide will and offer incentives for home buyers to finance their homes with Countrywide mortgages.


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