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December 17, 2014

Short Takes: Okay, Is Mortgage Credit Tighter or Looser? / A Management Shakeup at a Texas Lender / Quick, Rehire All the People You Fired / Tax Extender Bill Passed / Ex-CFC LO Headed to ‘The Big House’

By Paul Muolo and Brandon Ivey

A mid-sized nonbank based in Texas saw two of its top officers resign last week, industry sources confirmed to IMFnews.

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