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USRES Welcomes New National Sales Representative

USRES, a provider of management solutions for real estate assets, has named Neal Caudle national sales representative. Caudle, who has more than 16 years of experience serving Fortune 500 clients and stakeholder executives, will assist the national sales team in its expansion of valuation services for origination lenders, banks, hedge funds, as well as institutional and private investors.

"Neal's background and understanding of our products, our customers' needs and the industry at large make him an ideal addition to USRES and a great match for our philosophy on customer service," said Keith Guenther, CEO and founder of USRES. "Neal's experience establishing and fostering successful client relationships will further strengthen the team as well as bolster our presence in the real estate industry."

Previously, Caudle was national account executive for Equifax, where he was responsible for all property data reseller business, as well as sales strategy, enterprise account planning, and contract negotiation. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Wake Forest University.

"I have been impressed with USRES' business model and the core relationships it has established within the industry throughout the company’s history," Caudle said. "It is great to join a team dedicated to innovation in services as well as technology, while placing equal value on its partnerships and customers."

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