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May 18, 1987 | Associated Press
Lomas & Nettleton Co., the nation's second-largest mortgage company, has been charged with consumer fraud for enticing home buyers in Pennsylvania by offering one mortgage rate and then delivering a higher rate. State Atty. Gen. LeRoy S.
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BUSINESS
May 18, 1987 | Associated Press
Lomas & Nettleton Co., the nation's second-largest mortgage company, has been charged with consumer fraud for enticing home buyers in Pennsylvania by offering one mortgage rate and then delivering a higher rate. State Atty. Gen. LeRoy S.
BUSINESS
April 15, 1987
Los Angeles-based Metmor Financial Inc. named George E. Francis to the post of senior vice president-residential loan department. Previously, Francis was executive vice president of Lomas & Nettleton Co.
REAL ESTATE
February 3, 1985
William L. Sullivan, vice president of Lowell, Smith & Evers Inc., has been elected president of the Southern California Mortgage Bankers' Assn., succeeding George E. Francis. With the election of Sylvia Seymour as SCMBA vice president and president-elect, the organization has paved the way for the first woman ever to head the association. She is a First Interstate Bank vice president in Los Angeles. Other officers and directors installed with Sullivan and Seymour at a Jan.
REAL ESTATE
June 23, 1985
Robert W. Roman, president and chief executive officer of Beverly Hills Securities, Encino, has been elected president of the California Mortgage Bankers Assn. The group's new president has also served as president, treasurer and director for the Southern California Mortgage Bankers Assn. and has been a member of various committees serving the industry. Elected with Roman at the group's recent annual convention in Monterey were Scott F.
REAL ESTATE
January 24, 1988 | Dick Turpin
It's not in the cards for any city, whether it's in the bread basket of the country or on the East or West Coast, to be taken for granted. Even if it has a great zoo and great breweries and a traditionally contending, scrappy baseball club. As sports fans know, St. Louis is about to lose one of its Cardinal teams, its not-so-successful professional football team, to the city of Phoenix if a majority of National Football League team owners approve the move. But a little-known fact about St.
BUSINESS
May 13, 1986 | Associated Press
General Motors intends to cull its 8 million auto loan customers looking for home mortgage prospects, the giant auto maker reported Monday. The General Motors Acceptance Corp. subsidiary will examine the profiles that it keeps on car loan customers and begin picking likely home loan prospects in Michigan. The outcome of the Michigan program is expected to help GMAC decide on "the form and style" of GMAC's possible mortgage strategy nationwide, GMAC spokesman Charles Newcomer said.
NEWS
May 23, 1986 | ROBIN DUNITZ, Dunitz lives in West Los Angeles
For employed parents, reconciling work and family life can create stress that impairs job performance. To alleviate that stress, some companies are offering workplace counseling and referral centers, financial assistance for child care and, in some cases, on-site child care. About 1,000 companies nationwide also are offering parenting seminars that do not require the same commitments of money, space and personnel as other corporate child-care programs.
REAL ESTATE
May 31, 1987 | DAVID W. MYERS
State and federal lawmakers are considering five proposals that consumer advocates say would put mortgage shoppers on more even footing with lenders. In Washington, Rep. Dean A. Gallo (R-N.J.) is expected to introduce a proposal later this week that would make it tougher for lenders to back out of an agreement to fund a low-interest loan after interest rates suddenly rise.
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