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REO Firm Hires Industry Veteran for Key National Sales Role

San Diego-based ""New Vista Asset Management"":http://www.newvistareo.com, a nationwide provider of REO asset management services, announced Tuesday that foreclosure industry veteran Ivan Choi is the company's new national default sales executive.

""Ivan Choi is a top flight professional in the REO space who adds tremendous bench strength to our team at New Vista,"" said Jim Park, the company's co-founder and[IMAGE] [COLUMN_BREAK]

co-CEO. ""He brings us significant market knowledge and deep relationships with leaders in the real estate and banking sectors.""

Choi has 15 years' experience in the foreclosure and mortgage banking market. He is currently president of REOMAC, a national non-profit trade association of mortgage servicing executives, asset managers, foreclosure attorneys, and real estate brokers. He is also a board member of the Asian Real Estate Association of America (AREAA).

In addition, Choi has held executive positions with Prospect Mortgage and Bank of America. For New Vista, Choi will aid in the development of REO asset management and short sale business relationships, according to a statement released by the company.

""We are excited to have Ivan join New Vista to lead our national default sales effort,"" said Gary Acosta, New Vista's co-founder and co-CEO. ""He brings tremendous knowledge and experience in both banking and real estate and will further the company's mission and business initiatives.""

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