SOURCE: Ideal Financial Solutions, Inc.

February 06, 2007 10:00 ET

Ideal Financial Solutions Reports Early Ashland Park Loan Approvals Valued at Over $1.3 Million for January '07

ST. GEORGE, UT -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 6, 2007 -- Ideal Financial Solutions, Inc. www.idealfsi.com (PINKSHEETS: IFSL) announced today they have received loan approvals for their new Ashland Park development valued at over $1.3 million in January 2007. Ideal Financial Solutions first announced the signing of a $74 million exclusive Real Estate contract with J&D Ash, LLC, developer of the Ashland Park (P.U.D.) Planned Unit Development and Timber Valley Construction, LLC, located in Traverse City, Michigan, on January 16, 2007.

"Our first loan approvals are in, contracts are signed and construction will soon be underway on the first new homes in Phase I of our Ashland Park development. We are also processing approximately ten additional loans and hope to have pre-approvals within the next few weeks," said Steven Sunyich, IFSL CEO. "Current sales are coming mainly from our existing clients; however, we are preparing to launch our new 'Credit to Wealth' System, which will be available in March of 2007 and will be offered as part of our Ideal Wealth Builder Club (www.iwbclub.com)," said Sunyich.

For a complete financial portfolio on this new and exciting opportunity, please email info@idealfsi.com or call 800-230-4043 x200.

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