Hudson & Marshall, Genesis Auctions Merge to Create ‘Powerhouse’

first_imgHome / Daily Dose / Hudson & Marshall, Genesis Auctions Merge to Create ‘Powerhouse’ Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Sign up for DS News Daily Tagged with: Genesis Auctions Hudson & Marshall Mergers Online Real Estate Auction Sites Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Hudson & Marshall, Genesis Auctions Merge to Create ‘Powerhouse’ in Daily Dose, Featured, News, Technology Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Previous: Ocwen Announces Intention to Sell MSR Portfolio Worth $9.8 Billion to Nationstar Next: Real Estate Investor Acquires Mortgage Servicer for $1.3 Billion Share Save The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Related Articles The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago About Author: Brian Honeacenter_img Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Brian Honea’s writing and editing career spans nearly two decades across many forms of media. He served as sports editor for two suburban newspaper chains in the DFW area and has freelanced for such publications as the Yahoo! Contributor Network, Dallas Home Improvement magazine, and the Dallas Morning News. He has written four non-fiction sports books, the latest of which, The Life of Coach Chuck Curtis, was published by the TCU Press in December 2014. A lifelong Texan, Brian received his master’s degree from Amberton University in Garland. The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Dallas, Texas-based real estate auction firm Hudson & Marshall announced today that it would be embarking on a joint venture with Oxnard, California-based Genesis Auctions to create a “technology driven auction powerhouse.” The new company plans to grow by providing clients with a full suite of online, ballroom, and onsite auction solutions.The two companies will be owned by Global Property Exchange, LLC and co-led by Dave Webb, principal and owner of Hudson Marshall, and Trixy Weiss, founder and CEO of Genesis Auctions. Operations in both Dallas and Los Angeles will continue for both companies.”The real estate sales marketplace is changing rapidly,” Weiss said. “With our highly complementary offerings, clients, and expertise, our combined company will offer our clients a full suite of technology-driven high performance auction solutions spanning both traditional and untraditional programs.”Hudson & Marshall is the nation’s longest standing real estate company. The company has sold more than 150,000 properties nationwide, with more than $5 billion of real estate sold just in the last five years. Genesis Auctions has completed asset dispositions across all 50 states and currently has thousands of national and local/regional buyers and borrowers registered on the platform.Hudson & Marshall seeks to pair the reputation with the nation’s leading servicers, lenders, credit unions, GSEs, asset management firms, and investors with Genesis Auction’s investor marketing and affiliation with Genesis Capital, a private bridge lender to investors active in distressed single-family real estate.”Hudson & Marshall’s excellent industry reputation is built on success, ingenuity, and hard work. Our specialized services and customer-centric approach have made Hudson & Marshall a recognized leader in our industry with results that exceed the industry average,” Webb said. “The addition of Genesis’ investor sales and marketing programs and databases, technology expertise, and relationship with Genesis Capital, will attract more buyers to our platform and provide them access to capital which will increase auction execution exponentially and enable a higher level of service to our collective clients.” February 23, 2015 1,843 Views Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Genesis Auctions Hudson & Marshall Mergers Online Real Estate Auction Sites 2015-02-23 Brian Honea Subscribe Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago  Print This Postlast_img read more

Doherty raises Ulster bank concerns in Dail

first_img Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp By News Highland – November 27, 2020 Pinterest RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Pinterest Google+ Doherty raises Ulster bank concerns in Dail Twitter WhatsAppcenter_img Derry draw with Pats: Higgins & Thomson Reaction Facebook AudioHomepage BannerNews FT Report: Derry City 2 St Pats 2 Donegal TD Pearse Doherty has raised the future of Ulster Bank with Finance Minister Pascal Donohoe in the Dáil.At present, Ulster Bank operates five branches in the county, at Letterkenny, Killybegs, Donegal Town, Ballybofey, and Buncrana.Deputy Doherty said the bank’s parent company is undertaking a strategic review, with fears that the bank might be wound down.Minister Donohoe confirmed he has met with Ulster Bank and Nat West, but said the state has no stake in the bank, so he has no direct role in determining its future.Deputy Doherty said this is a potentially serious situation………Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Facebook Twitter DL Debate – 24/05/21 Previous articleWilliam O’Connor takes up role with ShelbourneNext articleCampaign set up to seek cycleway in Carndonagh News Highland Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population growslast_img read more

EXCLUSIVE: Union debates, 0th week speakers and ball theme released

first_imgWednesday 9th October, 8:00pm, Ajit Pai – Chairman of the FCC As well as the traditional ‘no confidence’ debate to begin the academic year, this term will feature debates on authoritarianism, space travel, and the environmental crisis.  Other 0th week speakers include footballer Cesc Fabregas, New Zealand cricket captain Kane Williamson, FCC chairman Ajit Pai and Disney CEO Bob Iger.  0thWeek Speakers 5th Week, Thursday 14th November, 8:30pm – “This House Would Impeach President Trump”  Also featured are controversial Turning Point USA contributor Candace Owens, philosopher A.C Grayling and Conservative Chairman Sir Graham Brady. Tuesday 8th October, 5:00pm, Michael Dapaah – Actor and Comedian, Big Shaq Friday 11th October, 7:00pm, Cesc Fabregas – World and European Champion Footballer 1st Week, Thursday 17th October, 8:30pm – “This House Has No Confidence In Her Majesty’s Government”  4th Week, Thursday 7th November, 8:30pm – “This House Would Break The Law To Save The Planet”  3rd Week, Thursday 31st October, 8:30pm – “This House Has Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself” (Comedy Debate) 7th Week, Thursday 28th November, 8:30pm – “This House Believes The Future Is In Space” center_img The Union Ball theme is ‘Paradise/Lost’. In a promotional statement for the ball, the Union stated: “It’s the cheapest ball in Oxford this term, with a ticket including free food and drink, live music, and entertainment from fortune tellers to a fairground ride and a silent disco in the Union’s chamber”. 6th Week, Thursday 21st November, 8:30pm – “This House Believes The Mainstream Media Cannot Be Trusted” Sam Gyimah MP is speaking in favour of the ‘no confidence’ motion, having spoken against it last year before he left the Conservative party for the Liberal Democrats. List of Debates Thursday 10th October, 5:00pm, Kane Williamson – Captain of New Zealand’s Cricket Team Wednesday 9th October, 5:00pm, Steve Huffman – Co-founder and CEO of Reddit The Oxford Union has released part of its term card for Michaelmas, including all debates, 0th week speakers and the theme for this term’s ball, in a Cherwell exclusive. Thursday 10th October, 8:00pm, Bob Iger – Chairman and CEO of the Walt Disney Company Owens, a prominent Trump supporter, has been criticised for her remarks on Muslims and Hitler, as well as her support for the fascist Front National. 2nd Week, Thursday 24th October, 8:30pm – “This House Believes It Can’t Happen Here” last_img read more

A year in, Tesla’s big Australian battery proves viability of energy storage

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Bloomberg:A year after Elon Musk rolled out what was then the world’s biggest lithium-ion battery to aid South Australia’s blackout-prone power grid, more projects are set to follow in its footsteps at home and abroad.The Hornsdale storage facility — the result of Musk’s successful wager that he could build and get it up and running within 100 days — has helped the state stabilize the grid, avoid outages and lower costs. Its success is a boost to other plants commissioned around the world, including a larger one in South Korea.The battery system is designed to overcome one of the main obstacles to renewable energy taking a bigger role globally: reliability falters when the wind stops blowing or the sun goes down. Batteries store up power and then release it steadily to the grid when generation stalls.The storage industry is increasingly important in places like South Australia, which has less access to traditional fossil-fuel sources like coal and gas. Hornsdale has performed an important function in providing frequency control services and its “speed and laser precision in response to system events has been encouraging,” the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) said in an emailed response to questions.The plant earned Neoen about 8.1 million euros ($9.2 million) in the first half of 2018 from a supply contract with the South Australian government and independent sales of stored electricity, helping to pay back some of its 56 million euro price tag. It has also contributed to an almost 75 percent drop in the cost of ancillary services to the grid, according to Bloomberg NEF.The big question for the renewables industry is whether battery storage can be expanded to shore up baseload generation, as fossil fuels’ dominance in the power mix declines. Neoen’s Heron said battery storage was “absolutely scaleable,” and the company has plans for at least two more battery storage facilities in Australia. Liberty House chief Sanjeev Gupta wants to eclipse Hornsdale with an 120 megawatt plant in South Australia.More: Musk’s Outback success points to bright future for battery storage A year in, Tesla’s big Australian battery proves viability of energy storagelast_img read more

18-year-old lad drowns in river

first_imgJohn Anthony Dilig, a resident of the village, drowned in a river around 5 p.m. on Wednesday, a police report showed. Officers of the Tigabuan municipal police station ruled out foul play in the incident./PN ILOILO City – Swimming turned fatal for an 18-year-old lad in Barangay Baguingin, Tigabuan, Iloilo. The friends tried to rescue Dilig after the latter was drawn by strong waves but failed.center_img Rescuers fished Dilig out of the water early Thursday morning. Police investigators said Dilig went swimming with his two friends who the police did not identify at the time.last_img

Lambert in dark over Villa future

first_imgVictory over Hull may have all but assured Aston Villa safety from relegation, but manager Paul Lambert remains in the dark about owner Randy Lerner’s intentions for the club. Press Association Speculation that Lerner will look to sell the club this summer has been growing since he released a vague statement last month which indicated only that he would clarify his own position at the end of the season. With Barclays Premier League football now virtually assured following the 3-1 victory at Villa Park, all eyes are on the American businessman’s next move. “They came through it and if they came through that they can come through everything in their careers. “I thought they were outstanding and we deserved to win.” Hull boss Steve Bruce, whose side slipped below Villa and into 15th place after their third successive game without a win, admitted FA Cup final fever has had an effect on his side. Attention in East Yorkshire has been focused firmly on the May 17 trip to Wembley since last month’s semi-final success over Sheffield United, but Bruce has been battling hard to keep his players on the task at hand. As yet, it is a battle he has been losing. “I’ve said for the last couple of weeks we have to keep focused,” he said. “The whole city is talking about the FA Cup final and why shouldn’t it be? But it’s been very, very difficult to keep a lid on it when we’ve still got a little bit of work to do. “It’s at the forefront of everybody’s mind and that’s only human nature because it’s something we’re all looking forward to. “But we didn’t do enough to win this game. We were so sloppy, awful in our defending. “We didn’t get started and didn’t show that resilience you need to win a game or draw a game in the Premier League.” But Lambert, whose own future is uncertain as a result of perceived instability at the top, has no inside track. Asked what developments he expected at boardroom level, the Scot said: “You’re asking me a question I can’t give an answer to and that’s me being honest. “The chairman will come out and say what he’s going to say and I really don’t know what he will say. His statement is what it is. I understand what has gone on in the last few weeks and I’m pretty sure people will find out soon.” Lambert was more comfortable reflecting on footballing matters, with a first win in seven matches delivered by Ashley Westwood’s opener inside the first minute and a pair of headers from Andreas Weimann. Pressure had been mounting by the week and Lambert was pleased to see the response he wanted both on and off the field. “The crowd was excellent,” he said. “I think people were probably thinking there would be some animosity towards myself – and if that happens you’ve got to accept it – but the start we got put everybody in a good frame of mind. “This game was huge. I’ve been involved in some massive games before, but the pressure on this one was incredible. last_img read more


first_imgTHE AWARD WINNING DONEGAL YOUTH ORCHESTRA GETTING OUT AND ABOUT AROUND THE COUNTY FOR THEIR END OF SEASON CONCERTSCounty Donegal Youth Orchestra are travelling to both Carndonagh and Ballyshannon to give a number of free family concerts to mark the end of what has been a very successful year for this group of talented young musicians. All students of the VEC’s Donegal Music Education Partnership (DMEP), the 60 strong membership comes from all corners of the County and were delighted to receive an’Achievement Award’ at the Irish Association of Youth Orchestras annual festival earlier this year for their performance of The Happy Prince.Performing a variety of works by Beethoven, Coldplay, The Beatles and Altan, as well as music from the motion picture ‘Pirates of the Carribean’, this will be a fun, enjoyable evening/concert where the various instruments of the orchestra will also be demonstrated, all under the baton of conductor Vincent Kennedy. The Youth Orchestra are giving their debut Inishowen performance in The Aras, Carndonagh Community School, next Friday night, 17 May, at 7.30pm. This will then be followed by a concert in the Abbey Arts Centre, Ballyshannon, on Sunday 19 May at 3pm.Details of our local instrumental tuition service, instrument hire service & scholarships will be available at both concerts. Concert duration approx. 60 mins.For further information, or to PRE-BOOK YOUR FREE TICKETS, tel. Donegal Music Education Partnership on (074) 9176293.  DONEGAL YOUTH ORCHESTRA END OF YEAR CONCERTS IN CARN AND BALLYSHANNON was last modified: May 13th, 2013 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img read more