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Colonial Funding Group Announces New Management Team

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Colonial Funding Group, a Dallas, Texas-based firm that acquires, manages, and liquidates the debt (notes) related to single-family residential real estate, announces its new management team. This team will be lead by Mr. Bob Repass.

Dallas, TX, USA – March 12, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Colonial Funding Group, a Dallas, Texas-based firm founded by Mr. W. Eddie Speed, acquires, manages, and liquidates the debt (notes) related to single-family residential real estate. Colonial Funding Group’s asset portfolio consists principally of non-performing or sub-performing residential mortgage loans and real estate owned acquired from banks and other financial institutions (“REO”) although it also manages performing and re-performing loans.

Colonial Funding Group recently announced its new management team, led by Bob Repass, a 20-year veteran and expert in the seller finance mortgage and distressed asset industry. Over the course of his career, Mr. Repass has purchased and/or managed over 40,000 performing and non-performing mortgage loans totaling over $2 billion dollars in volume, giving him an unparalleled track record in the industry.

Mr. Repass currently serves as Managing Director of Colonial Funding Group, where he shares overall responsibility for the management of the firm. In his role as Managing Director, Mr. Repass’ primary focus includes investor relations and regulatory compliance.

Joining Mr. Repass on the Colonial Funding Group team are Eddie Speed, Charles Mangan, and Susan DeLaGarza, all seasoned veterans of the mortgage loan industry.
Mr. Repass noted that “Colonial Funding Group has extensive experience in distressed residential asset markets and actively acquires assets for its own portfolio and for resale to its network of retail asset buyers.”

To learn more about Colonial Funding Group or to register as an asset buyer, please visit their website at http://www.colonialfundinggroup.com or contact them at 800-969-1200.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.colonialfundinggroup.com

Contact Info:
Name: Sydney Burgess
Email: info@colonialfundinggroup.com
Address: 520 Silicon Dr., Ste. 110, Southlake, TX 76092
Phone: 800-969-1200
Organization: Colonial Funding Group LLC

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/colonial-funding-group-announces-new-management-team/35364

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