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LendingTree Reveals Top Lenders in Network for Q3

California's ""Pacific Beneficial Mortgage Company"":http://www.pacificbeneficial.com/home.html took the No. 1 spot among firms in ""LendingTree's"":https://www.lendingtree.com/ network in the third quarter, the online lender exchange revealed.

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LendingTree released on Tuesday its rankings for the top 10 customer-rated lenders in its network for Q3, showing a number of new names and a shift among those who appeared in the second quarter's rankings. The rankings are based on a weighted average of the ratings and volume [COLUMN_BREAK]

of reviews, with customers judging the companies on mortgage rates, fees and closing costs, responsiveness, customer service, and their overall experience.

Pacific Beneficial slid up from its No. 2 spot in Q2, replacing HomePlus Mortgage, which slipped down to No. 3. Also making another appearance was Affinity Mortgage, which ranked No. 6 in Q3 (down from No. 3 the previous quarter).

Taking the second, fourth, and fifth spots last quarter were Sebonic Financial, New Penn Financial, and Innovative Funding Services.

*Top 10 LendingTree Network Lenders in Q3*

# Pacific Beneficial Mortgage Company
# Sebonic Financial
# HomePlus Mortgage
# New Penn Financial
# Innovative Funding Services
# Affinity Mortgage, LLC
# Statewide Mortgage, LLC
# DLJ Financial, Inc.
# Reliance First Capital, LLC
# FirstSouth Mortgage, LLC

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