Bothell, WA--March 24, 2006--Scotsman Guide, the leading resource for mortgage originators, has announced the release of its complete line of free online wholesale-lender search engines at scotsmanguide.com.
All matrixes from Scotsman Guide's residential and commercial magazines are now searchable online. When searching for residential wholesale lenders, brokers can choose from seven mortgage-product categories: Prime, Alt-A, Nonprime, High CLTV, Construction, Hard Money and Warehouse Lines. For commercial lenders, brokers can search four categories: Commercial, Multifamily, Hard Money and Construction.
These search engines are just another way that Scotsman Guide helps mortgage brokers connect with wholesale lenders and fund their loans. With just a few simple steps, Scotsman Guide's fast and free online search engines allow brokers to find lenders that fit their specified criteria. When viewing their search results, brokers can save their searches for future use, view program details by company and print their results in a matrix format. Scotsman Guide's online lender directories (commercial and wholesale) give brokers additional contact information for the companies that appear in their search results.
"We believe that this will provide our advertisers with more-targeted responses, as well as make wholesale-loan searches more efficient for brokers," says Daniel Yeh, Scotsman Guide's mortgage-industry analyst.
Founded in 1984, Scotsman Publishing Inc. publishes a residential edition and a commercial edition of Scotsman Guide. The magazines have a combined monthly circulation of more than 90,000 subscribers nationwide. Scotsman Guide is the leading resource for mortgage originators, connecting mortgage brokers with wholesale lenders. The most recent Wholesale Access Mortgage Brokers' Survey found that more than 65 percent of mortgage brokers in the country read Scotsman Guide -- more than any other publication in the industry.
For more information, visit www.scotsmanguide.com or call (800) 297-6061.
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