Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Valuation Partners Hires National Account Executive

Valuation Partners, Sugar Land, Texas, a national appraisal management company with access to over 10,000 independent fee appraisers in all 50 states, has hired Dawn Svedberg as vice president and national account executive. Svedberg brings more than 24 years of appraisal and mortgage industry experience to Valuation Partners as well as thorough knowledge of credit, flood, title, income tax verification and real estate information products and services.

Svedberg will be responsible for broadening the company’s sales reach in the Western United States. “Dawn is an absolute pro in the valuation field with a proven track record of helping lenders and others with their valuation needs,” Valuation Partners CEO Bill Fall said. “We’re extremely fortunate to have her, as she will play a key role in spreading the Valuation Partners brand throughout the West.”

Since starting her career as an appraiser, Svedberg has held numerous senior level sales and sales management roles in the appraisal and real estate services industries with particular expertise recruiting and training sales professionals. Most recently Svedberg served as senior vice president of national sales for Informative Research, where she was responsible for sales throughout the Western U.S. and became the highest producing salesperson in the company. Her other roles include first vice president of national sales for LandSafe Real Estate Origination Services; vice president and national account manager for Chicago Title and Market Intelligence; and vice president and national account manager for First American Real Estate Loan Services.

“With all the volatility in the real estate market, there’s never been greater demand for reliable, high-quality appraisal products,” Svedberg said. “Valuation Partners has been filling this need while building a reputation for speed, quality and customer service. I’m thrilled to be on board, and look forward to assisting lenders with all their valuation needs.”

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