Current news for this company:
LoanCity - Alt A, A , Subprime Lender
Word started trickling in around mid-day today that LoanCity was shutting its doors:
Their website has a message that confirms that today is the last day they will be doing loans. LoanCity did up to $10 billion a year in A and Alt A paper. As one informant noted, "This has officially leaked into other markets than sub-prime."
Update: MortgageDaily.com reports ($) that LoanCity's investors were Bank of America, Etrade Group, Inc., and Morgan Stanley Dean Witter Equity Funding, Inc.
Update 2: Bloomberg reports, "LoanCity made about $6 billion in mortgages last year, went out of business on March 20."
Update, May 5th 2007: LoanCity's web site now contains just the following shutdown notice:
LoanCity is closed for business.
WillRepForFood at 17:04 2008-05-28 said:Stupid SOB's shut down while I was out at new Account Executive training for them in California and stuck us with a hotel bill and having to change our tickets to fly home. I have never received reimbersement from them. If anyone knows the whereabouts of the old president of the company, I would be interested in knowing where he is. When I find him, I intend to go get my money. Permalink
processorchick at 01:20 2008-06-24 said::D I'll tell u a city and state, but not on public forum. Used 2 work there too. Permalink
Dollar_guy at 01:34 2008-06-24 said:
:D I'll tell u a city and state, but not on public forum. Used 2 work there too.You can PM him, or e-mail him... Jeremy is cool..... Permalink
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