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Mortgage Banker/Mortgage Company Financial Glossary

What is it? A company providing mortgage financing with its own funds. Although the mortgage banker or company uses its own funds, these funds are generally borrowed and the financing is either short term or, if long term, the mortgages are sold to investors within a short time.

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