Weyerhaeuser Mortgage Co. says its parent hopes to sell it to someone who will keep the unit operating, not just take the servicing portfolio and close down the origination effort. But a consultant says such a sale would be difficult to pull off.

For their part, officials at the mortgage banking subsidiary of paper and forest products giant Weyerhaeuser Co. are eager to dispel rumors that the unit has already been sold.

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