Movers: PropertySync, MCS, Gateway, Planet Home Lending
In this week’s roundup of hiring announcements, PropertySync, a cloud-based SaaS titles factory platform, has announced its first CEO, appointing David Floyd to the role.
Floyd, who will assume the role in November 2020, brings over 20 years of real estate industry experience to the role. His past roles include that of COO for NextAce Corp. and as president of SKLD Title Services. Once he assumes his role as CEO, Floyd has said he intends to use his role to drive the adoption of new technology in the title industry.
Mortgage contracting services, a national provider of residential and commercial real estate services, has hired Jason Myers as vice president of business development. Most recently as Vice President of Sales and Corporate Performance at XOME, Myers brings more than 17 years of mortgage and real estate sales and business development experience to MCS.
In his new role, Myers will oversee new customer acquisition, expansion of emerging markets, new product growth with existing customers and sales strategy.
Kelly Stewart has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Loans for Banking Operations at First Bank Gateway. Stewart first joined Gateway in 2019 when the company merged with Farmers’ Exchange to form Gateway First Bank.
Stewart is responsible for leading loan operations for Northwest Oklahoma and will support efforts to attract new bank customers while cultivating relationships with current customers.
To complete the People Movers for the week and the month of October, Planet Home Loan hired two industry experts on the West Coast, Walt Nally and Jerrold David as Regional Sales Manager and Regional Sales Manager, respectively.
Nally joined Planet to lead the company’s continued expansion in Southern California, bringing nearly two decades of industry experience to her new role.
David brings nearly 20 years of experience to his role and is responsible for strengthening the company’s presence in Greater Los Angeles, helping to expand the service it provides to West Coast borrowers.