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Ameriquest was founded by Roland Arnall in 1979, in Orange County, California, as a savings and loan association, or thrift, called Long Beach Savings & Loan. The bank moved to Orange County in 1991 and was converted to a pure mortgage lender in 1994, and renamed Long Beach Mortgage Co. In 1997, part of the ...


As of 2006, Ameriquest Mortgage Company went out of business. Ameriquest Mortgage Co. operates as a wholesale sub-prime lender in the United States. It offers direct loans to customers. The company, formerly known as Long Beach Savings and Loan, was founded in 1980 and is headquartered in Orange, California.


Aug 31, 2007 ... Ameriquest Mortgage Co, the largest U.S. subprime lender as recently as 2005, is closing, the latest home loan provider to shut down amid the nation's housing market slump.


Ameriquest Mortgage Company was incorporated in 1979. Ameriquest is one of the top wholesale subprime lenders in the United States. The headquarter of Ameriquest Mortgage Company is located at Orange County, California. Previously, Ameriquest was known as Long Beach Savings & Loan Bank. In 1991, this bank ...


May 6, 2009 ... In May 2006, Ameriquest was among the first in the subprime industry to show signs of collapse. The lender stopped making loans in August of 2007. Parent/ subsidiary companies: ACC Capital Holdings (parent); Argent Mortgage Co., Town & Country Credit Corp., AMC Mortgage Services (subsidiaries of ...


Aug 31, 2007 ... Citigroup Inc. said late today that it will acquire the wholesale origination and mortgage servicing business of ACC Capital Holdings as part of a purchase option that was inked in February. (Argent Mortgage is the company's wholesale arm; AMC Mortgage Services is the company's capital markets and loan ...


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A summary and case brief of In re Ameriquest Mortgage Co. Mortgage Lending Practices Litigation, including the facts, issue, rule of law, holding and reasoning, key terms, and concurrences and dissents.


Nov 7, 2007 ... United States of America, Plaintiff, v. Ameriquest Mortgage Company, a Delaware corporation, Defendant. FTC Matter/File Number: 042-3082. Case Timeline. November 7, 2007. application/pdf icon Complaint for Civil Penalties, Permanent Injunction, and Other Relief (442.27 KB). application/pdf icon ...