After suffering huge losses through its low-documentation mortgage program in the early 1990s, Dime Savings Bank is ready to be a player in the mortgage business again.

Earlier this year, the $10 billion thrift merged with Anchor Savings Bank. Now the new Dime has $20 billion in assets and is buying mortgage banks, expanding its servicing portfolio, and segmenting its customers to sell them more home loans.

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