Countrywide VIP mortgage program investigation goes dark

D.C. Power Players Get Sweetheart Loans.. to regulate the mortgage industry, Countrywide pursued. into Countrywide’s VIP program. Countrywide’s lobbyist urged the loan officer to "carefully.

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Countrywide Financial loan. In January 2012, it was reported that Sessions received a so-called "VIP" or "Friends of Angelo" loan in 2007 from troubled mortgage lender Countrywide Financial, in which loans were granted at lower interest rates than were available

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