Cloudvirga, a provider of mortgage process automation, announced Tuesday that the company hired Stephen DeSantis to serve as its new chief financial officer. In this role, DeSantis will be responsible for “driving Cloudvirga’s financial strategies to accelerate its growth.”
A Minnesota man will spend the next 10 years in prison after being convicted of stealing more than $2.1 million from investors by promising them he planned to build and develop alternative housing for oil workers during the height of the shale drilling boom in North Dakota and Montana.
In the best of circumstances, disposition is a challenging business process. When you add in the complexity of unforeseen events, like this year’s hurricanes in the Southeast and wildfires in the West, it only underscores the importance of having the right infrastructure in place to support maximum efficiency when it comes to the successful marketing and selling of foreclosed properties.
New American Funding announced it is expanding its territory with a new branch in the Southwest. This branch, the company’s first in Santa Fe, New Mexico, will provide a wide range of purchase and refinance products, including a diverse offering of niche products.
House demolitions through the Hardest Hit Fund’s Blight Elimination Program in Michigan could expose residents to hazardous materials and other risks, according to a new report conducted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on behalf of the Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program. Here’s a list of the most likely risks, along with the ways to fix them.
Guild Mortgage announced it is opening three new locations in North Dakota. And the company’s plans for expansion don’t stop there. Continuing its momentum from 2016 when the company came in 15th in the nation by total number of loans, the company will open several new North Dakota locations within the next year.
The management shakeup at PHH Corp. continued Monday when the company announced that it hired Albert Celini as senior vice president, risk and compliance. But Celini will only serve in the role for a little over a month. On Jan. 1, 2018, Celini will assume the role of chief risk and compliance officer, replacing Leith Kaplan, who will step down on Dec. 31, 2017.
The list of players in the mortgage industry continues to grow, as a group of industry veterans announced the launch of bemortgage. The group brings more than 100 years of combined mortgage experience to the new Chicago-based mortgage company.