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David Crugnale Joins Comergence as Business Development Manager
Aug 21, 2015
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Comergence has announced the addition of Dave Crugnale as business development manager. Crugnale will work to expand the sales of its REALM for Third-Party Originators and Appraisers tool to mortgage lenders, correspondents and AMCs.

Crugnale comes to the firm from Perrin & Associates, where he served as senior consultant. In that role, he provided consulting services to mortgage bankers in the areas of new product development, selling distresssed and performing loans, raising capital, counterparty due diligence, expert witness cases, and business planning and projections. Crugnale also served as an executive at several mortgage lenders or appraisal management companies (AMCs) including InHouse Appraisals, Mirad Financial, Cub Funding/Market Street Mortgage, and Conti Mortgage.

“Dave’s vast experience in the mortgage industry makes him perfectly suited to grow our lender and correspondent customer base,” said Greg Schroeder, president of Comergence. “He has knowledge and capability in the areas of both mortgage lending and appraisals, and will be a great asset to Comergence as we continue to expand.”

“I am excited to join Comergence and its talented team,” Crugnale said. “They solve a real industry problem with their compliance and due diligence solutions. It’s exciting to work with a group of people who are best in class at what they do.”

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