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Al Dalupan joins Pro Teck Valuation Services

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Nov 04, 2009

Pro Teck Valuation Services, a real estate valuation and risk solutions provider, has announced that Al Dalupan has joined the company as sales director, business development. He will report to Ed Hunter, executive director. Dalupan will be responsible for developing configured valuation solutions for mortgage banks, investors, lenders and servicers from Pro Teck’s West Coast office. "We are happy to have Al Dalupan join the Pro Teck Team,” said Hunter. “Al has proven through the years that he has the energy, vision and know-how to help his clients succeed. We look forward to him putting his 20-plus years of expertise to work for our customers and prospects.” Prior to Pro Teck, Al held consulting and sales positions at RealEC, Servicelink and FNC. He began his career in real estate as a business lending officer with Bank of America. For more information, visit www.protk.com.
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