Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Steven Stallard, Principal Owner of MSI, Williams & Williams, Auction Network, and I Property Claims, has announced the formation of Insight One Financial. “Our existing companies already enjoy a very successful place in the mortgage industry providing property preservation, real estate auction, and hazard claims services,” Stallard said. “With the creation of Insight One Financial we are now able to provide the full spectrum of mortgage related services our clients require.”Steven Horne, CEO of Insight One Financial, said Insight One will provide a full spectrum of licensed mortgage activities, including component servicing, default recoveries, and origination support. According to a release, Insight One Financial has been “carefully designed from the ground up” to meet current and emerging needs of servicers, investors, and government entities. “The quality and services available from Insight One Financial are exactly what is needed in significant parts of the industry today. I am very excited to be leading the conversations with current and future clients to ensure packages of services are available to them which best meet their needs,” said Jodi Gaines, Chief Client Officer and EVP of Government Relations and Business Development. “Our work will make a huge impact in reducing client costs, clarifying life cycle performance data, and improving bottom-line results.” Stallard said the combined experience of himself, Gaines, and Horn, as well as working with MSI, Williams & Williams, Auction Network, and I Property Claims, will enable Insight One to deliver unparalleled services to its clients. “As the industry’s needs continue to evolve, I am pleased to be providing our clients with the broadest spectrum of services, proven capability, and highest level of service,” Gaines said. “The Insight One model is the right answer at the right time. We have the skills and capability the industry needs today and we will continue to expand our capabilities as time goes on” Horne said. “I am excited to be a part of Insight One not only for the immediate good we do today but what we will do going forward.” Related Articles The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago September 19, 2019 2,652 Views Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / Industry Veterans Collaborate to Form Insight One Financial Banks new companies 2019-09-19 Mike Albanese Mike Albanese is a reporter for DS News and MReport. He is a University of Alabama graduate with a degree in journalism and a minor in communications. He has worked for publications—both print and online—covering numerous beats. A Connecticut native, Albanese currently resides in Lewisville. Subscribe Tagged with: Banks new companies Industry Veterans Collaborate to Form Insight One Financial The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Print This Post Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, News Share Save Previous: How Interest Rates are Impacting Housing Next: Five Star Prepares to Honor 2019 Keystones Recipients About Author: Mike Albanese
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailOGDEN, Utah (AP)-Montana State (9-4, 6-1) vs. Weber State (10-4, 5-2)Dee Events Center, Ogden, Utah; Saturday, 12 p.m. MSTBOTTOM LINE: Montana State seeks revenge on Weber State after dropping the first matchup in Ogden. The teams last faced each other on Feb. 4, when the Wildcats shot 63.3 percent from the field while limiting Montana State to just 49.1 percent en route to the eight-point victory.SUPER SENIORS: Montana State’s Xavier Bishop, Amin Adamu and Abdul Mohamed have combined to account for 46 percent of the team’s scoring this season and have scored 47 percent of all Bobcats points over the last five games.STEPPING IT UP: The Wildcats have scored 83.9 points per game against Big Sky opponents so far, an improvement from the 75.5 per game they managed in non-conference play.CREATING OFFENSE: Bishop has made or assisted on 40 percent of all Montana State field goals over the last three games. The senior guard has accounted for 13 field goals and 16 assists in those games.STREAK STATS: Weber State has won its last seven home games, scoring an average of 92.6 points while giving up 67.6.ASSIST-TO-FG RATIO: The Bobcats have recently gotten baskets via assists more often than the Wildcats. Weber State has 47 assists on 99 field goals (47.5 percent) across its past three contests while Montana State has assists on 37 of 72 field goals (51.4 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: Weber State is ranked seventh in Division I with an average of 84.7 points per game. Associated Press Written by February 6, 2021 /Sports News – Local Weber State looks to sweep Montana State
According to an article in the Indianapolis Star, the NFL owners want to use full-time referees in the future. Today, the referees have regular jobs and officiate ball games on the side. It seems like many of the present refs in the NFL have professions like lawyers and teachers.If the owners expect these referees to be full-time, they must be willing to pay the kind of salary that these men & women are now making in their full-time jobs. If you are full-time, you would work for the NFL just like major league umpires do now. The baseball umpires do at least 150 games a year, so if they make $500 a game, that would be $75,000 minimum salary. I’m just making an estimate for this article.In football, there are only 16 regular season games, so these individuals cannot live on officiating alone unless the owners are willing to pay a very good price per game. Also, they would only work one day a week. A younger person would want to be working more than that. I’m not sure what the owners have in mind except they are not satisfied with the current ability of these part-time referees.
FILE PHOTO: Jamaica’s Usain Bolt (2ndL) reacts after he crossed the finish line head of USA’s Justin Gatlin (R), Canada’s Andre De Grasse (L) and France’s Jimmy Vicaut to win the Men’s 100m Final during the athletics event at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium in Rio de Janeiro on August 14, 2016.Ostrava, Czech Republic | AFP | Usain Bolt racked up a straightforward 100m victory on the European bow of his farewell season, but likely successor Wayde van Niekerk stole the headlines in Ostrava with a world record in the little-run 300m.Bolt struggled with a stiff back and a pedestrian start to beat a weak field. For the briefest of moments, Cuban Yunier Perez thought he might have got the better of the towering Jamaican.But Bolt turned on the after-burners to win in a modest 10.06sec, leaving him another outing over 100m at next month’s Monaco Diamond League before his swansong at the August 4-13 World Athletics Championships in London.“I have always loved coming to Ostrava,” Bolt said. “The great fans make this meeting a really unique one.”Bolt, 30, said his back had been playing up “as always. It’s always an issue”.“My doctor told me over the years that the older I get, the worse it’s going to get, so I just have to really try to keep in check which is why I need to go and see him to make sure everything’s smooth because it feels a little bit tight, but I didn’t get injured so that’s a key thing, I’m happy about that.”The build-up to Bolt’s race was nothing short of electric, with the Jamaican’s self-appointed successor Van Niekerk making good on his promise to get “ridiculous” by setting a new best in the 300m.The 24-year-old clocked an outstanding 30.81 seconds, beating the previous world record of 30.85sec set at altitude in Pretoria in 2000 by American Michael Johnson.It was the second time the South African has usurped Johnson, having broken his 17-year-old 400m world record when racing to victory at last year’s Rio Olympics.“It’s a real honour to twice beat Johnson’s records,” said Van Niekerk.“I hope I can continue to make babysteps to be better day by day.”Van Niekerk’s time also shattered the meet record of 30.97sec — previously the second fastest time ever run — set by Bolt in 2010.10,000m leading results POSBIBATHLETECOUNTRYMARK 5Benard KIMELIKEN28:09.46 2Mathew Kipkorir KIMELIKEN27:14.43 4Nguse AMLOSOMERI28:08.58 8Belay BEZABEHETH28:10.50 3Timothy TOROITICHUGA28:02.23 1Mohamed FARAHGBR27:12.09 6Alexander Mutiso MUNYAOKEN28:09.47 7Leul GEBRESILASEETH28:10.15 Farah on form Britain’s Mo Farah marked his last circuit outing over 10,000m with victory in 27:12.09.Since winning silver over 10k at the 2011 world champs in Daegu, Farah is on an unbroken streak of nine global final wins (the 5000m in 2011, and the double at the 2012 and 2016 Olympics and the 2013 and 2015 worlds). 9Sondre Nordstad MOENNOR28:15.12 But he will retire from the track to focus on road racing after the world champs on home soil in August.The 34-year-old held off Kenyan Mathew Kimeli for a smart win just 4sec off Abadi Hadis’ world leading mark.“It was my last 10km race and I enjoyed it,” said Farah. “I honestly hoped I could run a bit faster but the wind slowed me down even though we ran quite a fast pace from the beginning.”Uganda’s Toroitich has eyes on LondonUganda’s Timothy Toroitich,28, came third in a slow 28:02.23. Toroitich has in the past two years concentrated on the cross country circuit since running 27:44.90 and finishing 8th at the 2015 World Championships.Wednesday’s result shows he is firmly back to make a track assault, as he has a personal best of 27:31.07 under his belt.He has already qualified for the August World Championships having finished among the top 15 athletes at the IAAF World Cross Country Championships Kampala 2017 in March. He was Uganda’s best finisher at the Kampala event at 9th, and should form a strong partnership with Joshua Cheptegei.Uganda is yet to name a team to the World Championships.There was, however, no joy for David Rudisha, double world and Olympic champion and world record holder in the 800m, as he aimed to break the meet record for the 1000m, another little-run distance.The Kenyan was beaten into fourth as compatriot Nicholas Kipkoech held off local hopes Jakub Holusa and Filip Sasinek to win in 2:18.51.Olympic champion Conseslus Kipruto’s bid for victory in the men’s 3000m steeplechase floundered with a fourth place finish behind fellow Kenyan Benjamin Kigen, winner in 8:11.54.American Christian Taylor claimed victory in the triple jump with a best of 17.57 metres, while Anzhelika Sidorova, the Russian who won European gold in 2014 but is now competing as an independent in the wake of the doping scandal that has rocked the country, romped to victory in the women’s pole vault.Sidorova managed a best of 4.70m, beating out Alysha Newman of Canada, but bombing three times at what would have been a season best of 4.80.VIDEO: 10,000mShare on: WhatsApp