Mortgage.com filed plans last week for a $112 million initial public offering, just a day after on-line lender E-Loan Inc. said it will postpone going public.

Internet stocks have fallen back to Earth in recent weeks, as some investors pulled back from the sector. But Seth Werner, chief executive of Mortgage.com, Plantation, Fla., said he thinks the market is still good for public offerings from Internet-based companies.

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