SearchMyLoan Announces Upgrade to Loan Pricing and Search Engine

by 25 Jun 2008
- Improved features and functionality yield more accurate, comprehensive loan searches - PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y., June 25, 2008 ? (SML), a provider of loan search and pricing services for the mortgage industry, announced upgrades to its loan pricing and search engine for easier navigation and improved accuracy during loan searches. New features include an added welcome screen informing users of enhancements, changes, lender statuses and general messaging; divided search screens into basic and advanced searching capabilities; and messaging features included to assist users with obtaining better results by guiding users to the most appropriate fields for highly accurate criteria. Additional modifications include an enhanced search criteria summary for easier readability, a save search alert that prompts users to periodically save the search information using a dialogue box; and an added lender preference selection section, enabling users to choose with greater ease a specific lender as well as the desired channels. ?By arming users with messaging assistance for targeted guidance capabilities, a more detailed results page and the informative new welcome screen, our customers can find the most appropriate lending attributes for prospective borrowers in a fraction of the time ordinarily spent searching for the criteria without a loan search engine,? said Salvatore Tomaselli, CEO of SearchMyLoan. platform is a loan search engine providing comprehensive search and pricing for every loan type, such as A-paper, ALT-A, FHA and sub prime loans. About (Port Washington, N.Y.) provides loan search and pricing services to mortgage bankers and mortgage brokers of all sizes. All loan types, such as conventional, sub prime and Alt-A, are supported by the company?s online search service. The company fully maintains its own product data and automates the loan search and pricing process. For more information on, visit


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