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Valuation Partners Announces Staffing Changes

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jan 28, 2015

Valuation Partners has announced that it has made strategic changes in its sales personnel and structure to meet the company’s expanding business and to drive new growth.

Mark Lyons has been promoted to the new role of senior vice president, corporate sales development. Lyons, who has been with Valuation Partners since 2009, will be responsible for heading the company’s strategic planning initiatives, maintaining key national account relationships, and leading product development. He has over 30 years of experience in the mortgage banking and settlement services industries, and has built sales organizations from the ground up for highly successful companies. Previously, Lyons held executive positions with Countrywide Home Loans and LandSafe Real Estate Origination Services.

Clint Reinhardt has been promoted to senior vice president, national sales and marketing manager. He will be responsible for leading the Valuation Partners sales team nationwide. Reinhardt has over 25 years of business development experience in correspondent, retail, settlement services and sales management in the mortgage industry. His experience includes serving as vice president in the correspondent division of Bank of America and first vice president of LandSafe Settlement Services.

Robert Gans was hired as vice president, national account executive. Gans will be responsible for selling real estate valuation services to mortgage bankers, banks and credit unions in the Midwest and North Central regions of the U.S. He is a seasoned sales veteran with over 20 years of experience in the mortgage industry, including wholesale and correspondent sales, new account development, and account management. Previously, Gans was regional sales manager for Sierra Pacific Mortgage and also served as vice president and regional sales manager with Washington Mutual. 

“The promotions of Mark and Clint, along with the hiring of Bob, will go a long way to further our growth,” said Bill Fall, CEO of Valuation Partners. “All three men bring valuable sales and mortgage experience to Valuation Partners, and I’m confident they will be instrumental in our success.”

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Jan 28, 2015