May 10, 2007 / 7:02 PM / 12 years ago

FACTBOX: Subprime lenders sold, closed or bankrupt

Subprime lenders throughout the United States have shut down or filed for bankruptcy since late 2006. Here is a partial list of companies that have closed, gone bankrupt or been sold under earnings pressure.

Name Headquarters

New Century Financial Irvine, California

Fremont Investment & Loan, Santa Monica, California

Ownit Mortgage Solutions, Agoura Hills, California

ResMae Mortgage Corp., Brea, California

Mortgage Lenders Network USA, Middletown, Connecticut

People’s Choice Home Loan, Irvine, California

SouthStar Funding, Sandy Springs, Georgia

Fieldstone Mortgage, Columbia, Maryland

ECC Capital Corp., Irvine, California

Option One Mortgage, Irvine, California

Secured Funding, Costa Mesa, California

Lenders Direct Capital, Lake Forest, California

Harbourton Mortgage, Santa Rosa, California

Bay Capital Corp., Owings Mills, Maryland

Sebring Capital Partners, Carrollton, Texas

Sources: Reuters, SNL Financial, Citigroup Investment Research

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