Definition of "Single-Lender Web Site"

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A Web site of an individual lender offering loans to consumers. Most Internet shoppers want a list of lenders in whom they can have confidence, who will provide them with the information they need to make an informed decision before applying for a mortgage, and who also guarantee them fair treatment during the period after they apply through to closing.

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