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Greystone, a real estate lending, investment and advisory company, said that Kelley Klobetanz has joined as a managing director on the FHA team.

In this role, she will focus on expanding client relationships in the multifamily, affordable and health care sectors, and strategic initiatives to further streamline the FHA process for Greystone clients.

Based in Denver, Klobetanz will team with Senior Managing Director Scott Thurman to further expand Greystone’s lending and availability to clients in the West.

Prior to joining Greystone, she was a senior vice president and FHA deputy chief underwriter at Prudential Huntoon Paige Associates.



Castle & Cooke Mortgage has expanded into Mississippi with the opening of a branch in Southaven, which will be led by Tammy Kennedy.

Kennedy brings to the firm 16 years of experience in the mortgage industry with an emphasis on rural housing loans, low down payment programs and conventional lending options.

Prior to joining Castle & Cooke Mortgage, she was a sales manager for Envoy Mortgage and a senior loan officer with PrimeLending.



AmTrust Title Insurance Co. said that Daniel Madrid, a commercial real estate attorney with more than 14 years of experience, has joined the firm as New Jersey state counsel, vice president.

His immediate responsibilities are overseeing underwriting for New Jersey for AmTrust title agents and direct national commercial transactions.

Prior to joining AmTrust Title, Madrid was a partner in the New Jersey-based firm of Fox Rothschild LLP where he was involved in a wide diversity of transactions including acquisitions, dispositions, financings, development and leasing of retail, office, industrial and residential real estate.



Grandbridge Real Estate Capital has hired John Randall as a senior vice president/deputy national production manager. He is based in the company’s headquarters in Charlotte.

Prior to joining Grandbridge, Randall served as senior vice president/managing director of commercial real estate lending at EverBank where he was responsible for establishing correspondent relationships throughout the country.

He also developed and launched new commercial real estate loan products, significantly expanding the bank’s CRE lending program.



Matthew Wright has been named the new chief financial officer for First Community Mortgage.

Wright was previously vice president of secondary marketing and information management for First Community Mortgage, a position he has held since 2014.

In his new position, Wright will be responsible for overseeing the present financial condition of the company and be involved in the economic strategy and forecasting for the company as part of the executive team.

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