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360 Mortgage Group Names New Southeast Regional Manager
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An approved Fannie Mae seller/servicer, Freddie Mac seller/servicer and Ginnie Mae Issuer, 360 Mortgage Group is headquartered in Austin, Texas and provides services in 31 states across the country. 360 Mortgage Group has emerged as an industry 

HEB stands alone in local Super Bowl ad blitz
http://www.mysanantonio.com/business/local/article/H-E-B-stands-alone-in-local-Super-Bowl-ad-blitz-5173277.php
“Every year we try to do a commercial that is tied to the fabric of Texas in some way,” said Cory Basso, group vice president of marketing and advertising. “This year, it's all about us Earlier this month, Aikman joined H-E-B, a high-school

Rental-Home Bond Issues May Reach $20 Billion a Year, Stark Says
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-01-24/rental-home-bond-issues-may-reach-20-billion-a-year-stark-says.html
Wall Street may sell more than $20 billion a year of bonds backed by rental homes as investors become comfortable buying securities tied to loans to small landlords, according to Ryan Stark, a director who runs mortgage finance at Deutsche Bank AG

West Jefferson real estate transfers
http://www.nola.com/realestatetransfers/index.ssf/2014/01/west_jefferson_real_estate_tra_128.html
Breckenridge Drive 2265: Green Tree Servicing LLC to Federal National Mortgage Association, $147,200. 437: Donald Cheramie to Austin Cheramie, donation, no value stated. Cohen St. 1249: CR Capital Group LLC to Wilfrid L. Juste, $17,900.

Austin Mortgage Update - Spring 09

Austin, Texas Real Estate Agent Kenn Renner of BuyAustin.Com and Kenton Brown, Vice President of Sente Mortgage discuss the current mortgage ...

5 Austin CEOs share how individual employees make a difference

To teach its employees how to lead within a fast-growing company, TrendKite recently launched management training program for everyone from first-time- to long-time managers. This is just one way TrendKite empowers individuals to make a difference, no matter where they fall on the executive ladder. CEO Erik Huddleston filled us in on how else TrendKiters make an impact.

 

How has an employee helped shape your company's direction?

One TrendKiter who had an impressive impact on the company’s bottom line recently was Lacey Miller, our senior marketing manager. In order to reach customers and prospects while in town for SXSW, Lacey led the conception and execution of an event called #OwnYourPath. The event featured eight leaders in marketing and communications — all women at the CMO or VP level — participating in a panel discussion on empowerment and mentoring. In addition to delivering a standing-room-only group of over 100 attendees and major social traction with the #OwnYourPath hashtag, the event paid off with multiple sales opportunities, proving to be one of the highest-converting events for TrendKite.

Texas-based OJO Labs raises $20.5 million to bring AI to real estate

Helping it along the way will be Royal Bank of Canada , Northwestern Mutual Future Ventures , and ServiceMaster , all of which took part in the capital raise.

Also taking part was Realogy , which is the largest owner and operator of real estate brokerages in the U.S. and the parent company of the  Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Century 21 Coldwell Banker Coldwell Banker Commercial , ERA , and Sotheby’s International Realty  real estate brands.

This is the second time that Realogy has invested in a technology company this week.

Earlier in the week, Realogy participated in a $20 million round of funding for Notarize , a digital platform that allows for legal, online document notarization.

As for OJO Labs, the company is now poised to grow its AI offerings. According to the company, since raising its Series A funding in 2016, OJO Labs has undertaken a “rigorous process of testing and optimization, including processing millions of pieces of photographic and conversational real estate data.”