Who got hired or promoted this week? Here’s our weekly rundown, in chronological order.
RealSatisfied announced that Laura Monroe is the new director of marketing. “We could not be more excited about Laura’s decision to join us here at RealSatisfied,” said Phil Kells, CEO and co-founder of RealSatisfied, in a statement.
James Day was named regional manager of Sacramento for Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Drysdale Properties. “Jim is the perfect fit for our leadership team in Sacramento,” said Gretchen Pearson, president of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Drysdale Properties, in a statement.
The new chief operating officer at NextAce is Bill Dochterman. “Bill is a talented leader who brings key experience within the data, analytics, and technology industries,” said NextAce CEO Don Cantral in a statement.
Property Debt Research announced that Patrick Emrich joined its team as chief operating officer. “Patrick is an industry veteran who has strong title industry knowledge that makes him an excellent fit for our company. I am confident that our clients will benefit from his expertise and we are thrilled to have him on our team,” said Bruce Russell, CEO of Property Debt Research, in a statement.
After the Proxio/PCMS Consulting partnership, Jose Perez became executive vice president of global sales at Proxio. “When Proxio approached me about helping with their expansion plans, I was impressed with their approach to international real estate, collaborative networking and project marketing. The synergies were too good to pass up,” Perez said in a statement.
Ted Faust is the new president of the Tennessee Land Title Association. “We are in a time of tremendous transformation and challenges in the title industry, and I am excited about working with our board of directors, committee chairs and TLTA members in preparation for the upcoming changes,” said Faust in a statement.
Flagstar has appointed Leonard “Len” Israel as its new president of mortgage.
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