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Austin mortgage exec to lead new Texas lender
Cannatti formerly was the Texas area manager for Cherry Creek Mortgage Corp. He held other positions with Network Funding LP, Countrywide Home Loans and 1st Metropolitan Mortgage. He has served as president of the Austin Mortgage Bankers 

BancorpSouth, Inc. (BXS): BancorpSouth Management Discusses Q4 2013 ...
I know many of you saw yesterday's announcement regarding our planned market expansion into central Texas, as well as our announcement a couple of weeks back regarding our plans to further enhance our presence along the I-20 corridor in Louisiana

Amegy Bank N.A. Announces Kirk Wiginton Has Been Elected Chief Executive ...
With more than 30 years of experience in banking, Wiginton began his career at Allied Bank of Texas in Houston as a loan officer after attending the University of Texas at Austin, where he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in finance and

First-Time Homebuyers Mortgage Special $500 Lender Credit At Closing
Austin, TX -- Jan 15, 2014 / ( -- Open Mortgage started the New Year offering a mortgage special $500 lender credit at closing for first-time homebuyer applications taken from January 1 through March 31, 2014. Scott Gordon, CEO

Austin Texas Mortgage | Capital City Lending

Breaking Story! Mortgage Rates are still low! Austin Texas Refinance. Capital City Lending explains. Give us a call at (512) 782-8349 or visit us ...

Giant leak kills Manchester's grand-opening plans

Which reported November 28 that Manchester's firm, run by his son (also named Doug), acknowledged the Fairmont's launch would indeed be postponed again, this time until sometime in February.

“When first announced, the hotel had been set to make its debut in June of this year. That was later pushed back to August, late fall and then November.”

"When the 37-story, 1,048-room property does open in downtown Austin at Red River and East Cesar Chavez streets next year," noted the paper, "it will become the city’s largest hotel — an honor currently held by the 1,012-room JW Marriott hotel at East Second Street and Congress Avenue just a few blocks away."

As previously reported Manchester's Fairmont deal was having trouble getting off the ground until University of San Diego law-school alumnus and distressed-asset billionaire Thomas Barrack, Jr., finally agreed in 2014 to fund the $295 million construction costs. No word yet on whether the repeated construction woes have added to the ultimate price tag.

Troubleshooter Special Report: Couple accuses Portland businessman of forgery

We continue our series of Special Reports on Portland businessman and convicted felon Fred Rich. A couple tells Troubleshooter Andy Liscano they believe Rich forged their signature on a document related to the home they thought they were buying from him.

How'd they even find out about it? What did they do about it?  And what did they do when they say they found out the terms they signed for to buy the house weren't legit?

Joseph Arzola showed us his signature. One that's really his and the other one that is a fake.  A forgery he believes was done by Fred Rich.  Not only that, but Arzola says he never signs just his last name.

And why is Fred Rich's name on this form? And who is Joseph Arzola?  Like many before them, Joseph and Rebecca Arzola thought their dream had finally come true when they moved into a house on Oak Grove in Portland in February 2015.

They loved it.  The house was listed by New Wave Properties.  One of various names Fred Rich uses in his real estate transactions.