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Press Releases from Perfect Home Living INC (5 total)

Subprime Market Slowly Collapsing

Salt Lake City, UT -- Like a dormant volcano that suddenly spews ash and lava the loosely regulated sub-prime mortgage market is a sleepy giant no more. Late last week the U.S. sub-prime lending market which has been forecasted by some as in recovery stages proved once more that the depth and scope of damage caused by sub-prime lending has yet to be truly realized. Joe Astornia, director

Perfect Home Living Adds New Director of Investigations

Today's financial lenders may find themselves under the microscope for loans that aggravate incidents of real estate fraud. Perfect Home Living adapting to market change has added a Director of Investigations to assist lenders with this problem area. Salt Lake City, UT / Press Release / -- Steve Ketter, the number one private investigator formerly with

Perfect Home Living Names New Chairman of the Board

Today's consumer is challenged by financial literacy and understanding the often confusing home buying process. Through combined effort Perfect Home Living names its Chairman of the Board with hopes of bridging the gap for consumer education on homeownership and financial well being. Salt Lake City, UT / Press Release / -- To some the name Preston Cochrane is

Perfect Home Living Taps Real Estate Super Sleuths to form a National Coalition …

Perfect Home Living\'s grass roots efforts to remain proactive in the prevention of mortgage fraud, real estate fraud and predatory lending has caused national attention. So much so that industry professionals are reaching out to Perfect Home Living in hopes that the Salt Lake City based non-profit will act as the central hub for fraud awareness and predatory lending campaigns nationally. Although Perfect Home Living\'s grass roots efforts

Wall Street Leads Consolidation of Subprime Lending Business but might High Risk …

Salt Lake City, UT / November 30, 2006 / It would seem nationally that the housing market has cooled as new and pre-existing housing inventories increase, adjustable rate mortgages take flight and consumers struggle to keep pace with an economy that demands financially more when truly there is less. But in a world built with risk seekers and fortune makers Wall Street may have found one more untapped

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