September 23 Conference Call to Discuss Residential Construction Lending

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Granite Loan Management (GLM) together with National Association of Residential Construction Lenders (NARCL) - a nonprofit national Trade Association representing financial service providers in the residential construction industry - will be hosting an "ALL MEMBER" conference call on Wednesday, September 23, 2009 at 12:00 noon MST.

Granite Loan Management (GLM) together with National Association of Residential Construction Lenders (NARCL) - a nonprofit national Trade Association representing financial service providers in the residential construction industry - will be hosting an "ALL MEMBER" conference call on Wednesday, September 23, 2009 at 12:00 noon MST.

The construction lending industry call is open to any interested parties. To participate or for more information on NARCL visit http://www.narcl.org. For more information on fund control and construction risk mitigation services by Granite Loan Management, visit http://www.graniteloan.com.

About The National Association of Residential Construction Lenders (NARCL):

NARCL is a nonprofit national Trade Association representing financial service providers in the residential construction industry. The Mission is to provide education, information, policy development, development of standards & practices for the benefit of consumers, lenders, investors and others in the residential construction community.

NARCL is one of the few organizations that is primarily devoted to residential construction lending and provides a forum to create best practices in the industry. In creating awareness with best practices, the availability of construction loans will increase at a lower cost to the consumer.

About Granite Loan Management (GLM):

GLM is a national construction lending outsource provider for financial institutions. GLM manages construction lending portfolios for lenders utilizing GLM's Construction Risk Mitigation System. The system is comprised of seven key components effectively mitigating a lender's risk during construction, with standards developed in each area: Contractor Acceptance, Project Review, Nationwide Residential Inspections and Commercial Inspections, Statutory Compliance, Fund Control, Final Roll to Perm and Risk Reporting.

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