Caliber Home Loans Hires Branch Manager Sales Manager in Washington

first_img in Headlines, News, Uncategorized Caliber Home Loans Hires Branch Manager & Sales Manager in Washington Branch Manager Caliber Home Loans Sales Manager 2015-08-18 Staff Writer August 18, 2015 577 Views center_img Mike HombergScott BerngarttCaliber Home Loans, Inc., recently announced that Mike Homberg and Scott Berngartt have joined the company as branch manager and sales manager, respectively.”With Caliber’s proprietary paperless loan origination system, H20, and the Company’s ranking as one of the top 10 largest ‘non bank owned’ lenders in the nation, we have a significant opportunity to attract superior talent like Mike and Scott,” said Jim Foley, regional VP of Caliber Home Loans. “Mike and Scott possess considerable management skills and expertise in mortgage originations, and we are confident that they will play key roles in enhancing Caliber’s presence in the Washington Metropolitan area.”Homberg and Berngartt possess more than 38 years of collective experience in Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C. and several other regions, the company says. Currently, they are licensed in Maryland, Virginia and Washington and will serve the Washington metro area.”We are excited to be part of the Caliber team,” Homberg said. “With the ongoing implementation of TRID, our industry is facing another new challenge. As such, it was imperative for me and Scott to be part of a company that has prepared for such a significant industry change. We believe Caliber is a company with a clear road map for continued success and one that is positioned to provide a great customer experience. We’re enthusiastic about working closely with the Caliber team and helping the Company extend its business in Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Virginia.””Additionally, Mike and I are impressed with Caliber’s capacity to retain servicing and its ability to control products, overlays, and price—all of which are critical to offering customers the most efficient service and competitive rates. We are excited that we joined Caliber and became part of an organization that provides significant marketing support to its Loan Officers through both its in-house team of marketing professionals and cutting edge resources that will allow us to market effectively and efficiently,” Scott Berngartt noted. Sharelast_img read more

Michael Bennett DE Neck DNP Full Full —

first_imgMichael BennettDENeckDNPFullFull— Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Brock CoyleLBFootFullFullFull— D.J. HumphriesTConcussionDNPDNPDNPOut Jon RyanPConcussionLimitedFullFull— Tyrann MathieuSShoulderLimitedLimitedIRInjured Reserve Justin BethelCBFootFullFullFull— Marcus CooperCBBack/CalfDNPDNPDNPOut John BrownWRIllnessLimitedLimitedLimitedQuestionable 1 Comments   Share   C.J. ProsiseRBShoulderDNPDNPDNPOut The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Richard ShermanCBNot Injury Related—DNPFull— Daily Practice Designations:Out-Definitely will not playDNP-Did Not ParticipateLimited-Limited Participation (Less than 100% of normal repetitions)Full-Full Participation (100% of normal repetitions)Friday Status Designations:Out-Definitely will not playDoubtful-At least a 75% chance will not playQuestionable-A 50-50 chance will not playProbable-A virtual certainty of being available for normal duty PlayerPositionInjuryWednesdayThursdayFridayGame Status The Arizona Cardinals (5-8-1) visit the Seattle Seahawks (9-4-1) for a Week 16 tilt at CenturyLink Field. The Cardinals have officially been eliminated from playoff contention while the Seahawks, as the NFC West champions, are preparing for the postseason.Below is the official Week 16 injury report for both teams. PlayerPositionInjuryWednesdayThursdayFridayGame Status Brandon WilliamsCBBack—DNPLimitedQuestionable Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories last_img read more

Please be vigilant and report any suspicious acti

first_img“Please be vigilant and report any suspicious activity in your area to police.”TEEN SPARED JAILED FOR STEALING LEAD FROM WATERSIDE CHURCH was last modified: May 17th, 2017 by John2John2 Tags: ShareTweet A TEENAGER has narrowly avoided going to jail at Derry Magistrates’ Court today for stealing lead from a church roof in the city.He targeted the Waterside church yesterday but it was a hawk-eyed resident who spotted him, dialled 999 and raised the alarm.In a statement, PSNI Foyle said: “The Reducing Offending Unit at Strand Road can confirm that the 17 year old who stole lead from the roof of Kilfennan Presbyterian Church yesterday appeared at court this morning. “He pleaded guilty to all offences including Theft and Criminal Damage and has been convicted.“He was given a 6 month sentence suspended for 2 years.“He was ordered to pay £100 in compensation to two victims.“Turns out that justice can sometimes move even quicker than the person trying to escape it. PSNIREDUCING OFFENDING UNITSTRAND ROAD POLICE STATINOTEEN SPARED JAILED FOR STEALING LEAD FROM CHURCH IN WATERSIDElast_img read more

The festival is organised by Derry City and Straba

first_imgThe festival is organised by Derry City and Strabane District Council in partnership with local adventure company Far and Wild who will this year host six specialised walks that will be led and supervised by fully-trained walking guides.Key to the festivals success is the variety of the walks with all levels of fitness and interests catered for.Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District Council Cllr Michaela Boyle says events showcasing the natural beauty of the Sperrins and its environs was hugely important in developing and promoting the local tourism product.“I am a big fan of the Sperrins and Killeter Walking Festival and the way in which it offers a wide range of specialised walks for all levels of fitness so whether you are interested in a family stroll or a challenging hike, there is something to suit you. Derg RiverDERRY AND STRABANE DISTRICT COUNCILMayor Michaela BoyleSperrins & Killeter Walking Festival dates confirmed for 2019Tullnashane loop “The festival has a strong cross border element and encompasses all the positive attributes of our local area, such as wildlife, history and culture, and is a huge asset to our local tourism product. “The festival plays a key role in developing and promoting the area as a walking destination and is getting more and more popular every year,” she said.Among the specialised walks that are expected to attract huge public interest are the Water, Power Behind Thrones Walk at Glenelly and the Famous Local Characters Walk from the Owenkillew Valley to Drumnaspar. The Images of the Bog walk will include Ballix Hil, Clogherney, The Moat, Bradkeel and Glenga while the Pettigo Wildlife walk will take place from Killeter Community Hall.Other walks included in the festival include the Tullnashane River Trail that will take the route of the Derg River to Tullnashane loop and the challenging trek of the Derg Dynasties that traces the history of the Derg valley and the infamous Lough as a major watercourse and pilgrim mecca since Potlemy’s 2nd century world map.Each walk is priced at £5 and includes hospitality before and after the walk in Watts Bar, Plumbridge and Killeter Community Hall.For more information on each of the walks and details on how to book can be obtained online at www.sperrinskilleterwalking.comSperrins & Killeter Walking Festival dates confirmed for 2019 was last modified: July 31st, 2019 by John2John2 Tags: LOCALS and visitors are invited to discover the beauty, tranquillity and hospitality of the Glenelly and Killeter Regions when the Sperrins and Killeter Walking Festival returns on 14th and 15th September 2019.The festival, a must for experienced and novice walkers alike, has gone from strength to strength each year with walking trails for walkers of all ages and abilities to encourage more people to get out and about and explore the great outdoors.The festival is hugely important in enhancing the tourism offering in the rea and encouraging locals and tourists to enjoy the amazing views and scenic countryside by taking part in the wide range of walking routes on offer. ShareTweetlast_img read more