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A knowing standard: HUD issues final rule clarifying lenders' accountability for faulty FHA appraisals

National Mortgage Professional
Sep 07, 2005

Barron named president of Warehouse ResourcesMortgagePress.comJerry Barron,president,National City,Warehouse Resources National City Corporation has named Jerry Barron as president of Warehouse Resources, a National City company. Barron's position is a result of the recent merger between National City and Provident Financial Group Inc., which closed on July 1. The business will continue to be based in Cincinnati and operate under the PCFS Mortgage Resources name until the business is re-branded "National City Warehouse Resources" later this year. Barron has more than 38 years of experience in the finance industry. He was a founder of PCFS and served most recently as its senior vice president. He also serves on the board of directors for the National Home Equity Mortgage Association. For more information, visit www.nationalcity.com.
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