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Metrocities, RE/MAX Gold form Metro Gold Financial Mortgage.

Sherman Oaks, California-based Metrocities Mortgage LLC and Rancho Cordova, California-based RE/MAX Gold--an affiliate of RE/MAX International Inc., Greenwood Village, Colorado--have announced the formation of a joint-venture mortgage company.

The joint venture, Metro Gold Financial Mortgage, will offer a multitude of residential mortgage lending services at each of RE/MAX Gold's 25 Northern California offices, according to Anna Ruotolo, Metrocities Mortgage's Northwest region executive vice president.

"As an industry leader in the integration of technology and loan processing, Metrocities Mortgage is very excited to offer RE/MAX Gold clients and the greater Northern California community with unparalleled loans products which are easily accessed via one application," said Ruotolo.

The partnership will provide RE/MAX Gold clients with access to more than 7,000 loan options, including programs such as interest-only, stated-income/stated-asset, construction and vacation/investment-home financing, according to RE/MAX Gold President James O'Bryon.

"We are excited to be offering such a broad spectrum of mortgage lending tools at each of our offices in this extraordinary alliance," said O'Bryon. "We believe that through this unique relationship, our clients will not only be able to take advantage of great rates, but outstanding customer service and extensive loan offerings."
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Title Annotation:Briefing Book; Metrocities Mortgage LLC and Rancho Cordova
Comment:Metrocities, RE/MAX Gold form Metro Gold Financial Mortgage.(Briefing Book)(Metrocities Mortgage LLC and Rancho Cordova )
Publication:Mortgage Banking
Article Type:Brief article
Date:Mar 1, 2007
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