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Aug 1 2016, HousingWire recognizes Chronos Solutions SVP, Asset Management and Portfolio Management Terri Hunter as one of its Women of Influence for 2016.
Since joining Chronos Solutions in November 2013, Terri Hunter’s leadership and expertise have been vital to the company’s current growth and its ability to be a force for positive change throughout our industry.
Hunter is responsible for profits and losses, as well as strategic direction for multiple, nationwide service lines, including REO, cash-for-keys, evictions, valuations and property preservation for both commercial and federal clients. In managing Chronos Solutions’ REO product vertical, which provides marketing, management, disposition, title and closing, property stabilization, and lien research and curative services for more than 10 national clients, she has tremendous personal influence over how programs are designed and implemented.
Since her arrival, Chronos Solutions has continued its on-boarding of thousands of assets from both government and private sector clients, including HUD and the Department of Justice, as well as banks, mortgage servicers, and institutional investors. Her experience with customizing workflow and reporting have been invaluable in meeting the unique needs of these clients.
Hunter started in 2001 with Ocwen Financial Corporation. There, while managing a staff of 30, she established a Veterans Administration REO closing department that produced monthly closings of 2,000 properties nationwide, averaging $180 million in sales. She moved to Southern California in 2005 to join Indymac Bank, where, while executing initiatives to open new REO operation facilities throughout the country, she became a leading expert on design and implementation of proprietary REO systems. During this period she managed 14 U.S.-based employees located in five remote offices.
In May 2009 Hunter became first vice president REO, short sales, property preservation, valuations and inspections for OneWest Bank in Austin.
Hunter manages Chronos Solutions' REO product vertical, which provides marketing, management, disposition, title and closing, property stabilization and lien research for more than 10 national clients.