HouseCanary has named Josh Seiff vice president of Business Development in Financial Services, the company recently announced. Seiff, formerly at Fannie Mae, will be responsible for driving the company’s strategic initiatives within the real estate capital markets ecosystem.
“Seiff’s exceptional track record structuring complex financial transactions and extensive relationships throughout the financial services segment will further improve HouseCanary’s ability to revolutionize the world of collateral valuation,” says Jeremy Sicklick, CEO and co-founder of HouseCanary.
“Residential real estate is the single largest asset class in the United States,” says Seiff. “The way those assets are valued impacts our entire economy, from renters and homeowners to the largest institutional investors. HouseCanary is transforming the industry with fast, consistent, reliable valuations and better projections. I’m really excited to be part of that kind of positive, far-reaching change.”
Seiff previously served as vice president of Multifamily Capital Markets & Trading at Fannie Mae for 13 years, where he traded municipal bonds, residential and commercial mortgage backed securities, structured products, and derivatives, while also leading a variety of key technology and finance initiatives. Seiff also created and led the GeMS securitization program and the issuance of more than $70 billion in Agency CMBS securitizations. In 2017, Seiff pioneered the first ever large-scale agency securitization of Invitation Homes’ portfolio of single-family rental properties.
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