""Matt Martin Real Estate Management"":http://www.MMREM.com (MMREM) has named mortgage industry veteran Timothy Walsh to the position of executive vice president.[IMAGE]
MMREM is a national asset management and disposition firm that deals with multiple federal agencies, mortgage servicers, investors, and insurers.
Its affiliate company ""Sperlonga Data & Analytics"":http://www.sperlongadata.com provides solutions to facilitate the resolution of homeowners associations' (HOAs) claims for unpaid fees.
Walsh was also named as executive vice president of Sperlonga Data & Analytics, and will serve as a key member of MMREM's executive team.
Walsh brings over two decades of real estate, lending, and default management experience to MMREM and Sperlonga, as well as extensive expertise in business development.[COLUMN_BREAK]
Most recently, Walsh served as president and CEO of UnitedTechLender Services LLC, a national default services company specializing in outsourcing, fulfillment, and technology solutions for homeowner defaults. Under Walsh's leadership, UnitedTechLender increased monthly revenues by 144 percent. He also held senior executive positions at First NLC Financial and Global Bancorp.
""Tim comes to us with a very solid background in multiple facets of the mortgage industry, including originations, title insurance, and default servicing,"" said Matt Martin, MMREM's founder and CEO.
""His unique combination of experience on both the origination and servicing sides of the business will be a huge asset to MMREM as we continue to grow in the REO property management space, as well as in HOA fee claims resolution through Sperlonga,"" Martin added.
Walsh says he was drawn to MMREM and Sperlonga because he believes both businesses address critical needs in today's market.
""Asset management in the REO sector will only continue to become more important as the industry moves through unprecedented levels of foreclosures,"" Walsh said.
He continued, ""And Sperlonga provides a much-needed service by offering a solution to the growing problem of HOA claims for unpaid fees. HOA claims often hinder resale efforts, causing delays in closings and increasing costs for lenders and servicers. I'm very excited to be joining a company that solves these issues so effectively.""