WASHINGTON — Buying a distressed loan isn't usually considered similar to trolling for discounted airfare.

But a new service to be launched Monday by a company known more for deposit insurance products is attempting to bring the often disjointed market for unwanted credits and bank-owned properties into the digital sphere.

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