TBA Lending.com Launches Cincinnati-Wide Television Advertising in March Highlights their Credible Mortgage Services Sourcing to Clients Needs

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Leading mortgage resource website set to launch television ad campaign focused on educating consumers of the options available to them through http://www.tbalending.com. As commercials air throughout Cincinnati the company continues to provide their services throughout the nation and is considered a top resource for any consumer searching for their next home or business loan.

TBA Lending.com gears up for large television commercial campaign to run in the Greater Cincinnati area. As a mortgage lending source referral company, http://www.tbalending.com provides their clients the tools and educational resources to fulfill all their residential and commercial mortgage needs. Planning to highlight these options within their television commercials, TBA Lending will run their informative ads on network affiliates HGTV, The Discovery Channel, The Travel Channel, and the TLC channel later this month. With the ability to serve not only the local Cincinnati area but the rest of the nation as well, TBA Lending's clients find themselves utilizing http://www.TBALending.com to aid in their search for their next new home loan, commercial loan, or refinancing option. TBA Lending's clients also find their solutions for home equity refinancing, pre-qualifying debt consolidation, divorce buyouts, and more. With the stability of the housing market a bit unsettled ,TBA Lending also creates solutions for those facing such issues as one day out of foreclosure, one day out of bankruptcy, up to 120 days late for refinancing, and up to 120 days late for purchase mortgage issues.

As a solution driven company, TBA Lending allows their clients the ability to select the loan that best fits their needs regardless of their situation. According to the National Association of Realtors, existing home sales around the country have plunged by the largest amount in almost two decades over the last 18 months. In fact, the number of homeowners facing foreclosure in the first quarter of 2007 is 47 percent higher than in 2006, according to RealtyTrac, a real estate trade group. With a company who offers credible solutions to those facing the overwhelming predominant issues surrounding predatory lending, the future now looks brighter thanks in large part to companies such as TBA Lending.

Undoubtedly, the residential and commercial consumer desiring to refinance or obtain a new mortgage faces the daunting task of choosing a lender who has their best interest in mind. Enter TBALending.com; this financial resource website operates on a sole directive to be the leading and most credible resource of home loan and commercial loan options available. TBA Lending's ability to source out a reliable lender for consumers nationwide is the center of the company's well deserved success. Couple this with recent news by one of the mortgage industries leading experts and the future may be brighter for many.

In an article by Marcie Geffner, a leading mortgage consumer advocate, Ms. Geffner states the following optimistic news: "If you need to borrow more than $417,000 to buy a home or refinance your existing mortgage, you may be in luck. That's because the economic stimulus package, passed by Congress and signed by President Bush, contains a hefty hike in the size of mortgages that two government-sponsored mortgage-finance corporations, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, can buy from lenders." Ms. Geffner continues, "Now, though, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac will be allowed to buy loans potentially as high as $729,750, and that could result in lower interest rates. If you live in a high-cost housing area, you might be able to save hundreds of dollars each month on your mortgage payment." Ostensibly, this is great news to the consumers of the greater Cincinnati area and nationwide borrows the same.

For further information please contact Steve Tussey at 513-240-2972 or visit http://www.tbalending.com

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