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Inlanta achieves Freddie Mac agency approval

Wisconsin-area lender growing reach

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Inlanta Mortgage, Inc. of Brookfield, Wis., has been granted approval with Freddie Mac to serve as a lender.

Freddie Mac agency approval means Inlanta can continue to broaden the products and services offered to consumers through its professional loan origination staff. This designation provides increased liquidity and stability. 

“At a time when the quality of loans being originated is magnified, we were confident that Inlanta had the tools to not only meet the Freddie Mac requirements, but also has the technical expertise of our staff to provide the best experience for the consumer,” said Inlanta COO Jean Badciong.  “We are looking forward to expanding on the opportunities to serve our originators and customers by leveraging the additional benefits the approval provides to Inlanta.”

Freddie Mac is chartered to provide liquidity, stability and affordability to the U.S. housing market. Approved lenders, like Inlanta Mortgage, can help people get lower housing costs and better access to home financing.

Inlanta Mortgage is a growing mortgage banking firm. Over the past three years Inlanta has more than doubled its revenue and nearly doubled its employee base.

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