""InHouse, Inc."":http://www.inhouseusa.com/, a provider of appraisal management services, has announced the promotion of Jennifer Creech to CEO and president.[IMAGE]
Creech had been serving as the president of InHouse since 2010. In the CEO role, she replaces Tim Ngyuen, who is now focusing his efforts solely on business development for InHouse.
Since joining the company in 2009, Creech has leveraged her 20 years of senior management experience in mortgage lending to help fuel the company's growth.
The company says Creech has been instrumental in making InHouse one of the earliest providers to offer a full[COLUMN_BREAK]
integration to the Uniform Collateral Data Portal (UCDP), a single portal through which lenders electronically submit appraisal reports for conventional mortgages delivered to Fannie Mae or Freddie Mac.
Creech's career includes managing upward of $5 billion of annual loan production. She has held senior level management positions at PNC/Washington Mutual, RBC Mortgage, and DeepGreen Financial.
As executive vice president for DeepGreen Financial, Creech headed both the wholesale and retail divisions nationwide. She was also responsible for rebranding the company's identity, along with managing one of the first completely automated loan processes.
""Jennifer has done an incredible job since she became president of InHouse,"" said Wendy Nelson, a partner with B2B CFO, which supports InHouse with CFO consulting services. ""By giving Jennifer the title of CEO, she'll now be empowered to take the company to all-new levels.""
InHouse supplies the industry with appraisal management services and technology. Lenders have the choice of using InHouse Solutions as their appraisal management company (AMC), InHouse Connexions technology as a self-service appraisal management system, or implementing a combination of both. Founded in 2002, InHouse is based in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.