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Faiz

Hi, I wanted to call your attention to this post we did on Countrywide and the fact that it's still running advertising. It's worthy of a debate I think, but we take the position that they should focus their resources on securing the loans.

http://thinkprogress.org/2007/08/16/countrywide-running-ads/

Leading Home Mortgage Loan Company On The Verge Of Bankruptcy Still Running Ads

Brian Brady

Nice analogy, Joe.

Agency paper is the colas while the Alt-A is the "niche" soft drinks.

Mortgage Mark

I used to work for Countrywide. We were approving loans that had no business getting done. The NINA and SISA programs were a joke.

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