GPARENCY, a commission-free commercial mortgage brokerage, today announced hiring former Freddie Mac product manager Evguenia Yerukhimovich, according to a press release.
The company says that Yerukhimovich will oversee the company’s product discovery, design and solution exploration in her new role as product manager, following her most recent role as multifamily product manager for Freddie Mac.
In that role, she was responsible for developing and maintaining web-based engines and applications for multifamily business management, and also held the position of multifamily small balance loan (SBL) underwriting manager at the government-sponsored enterprise.
GPARENCY also announced two other recent hires, including Chetan Malik who joins as scrum master following time at PayPal, and Silvester Jegadheesan who joins as cloud and infrastructure director after serving as cloud architect at Dunkin’ Brands.
The company says that the three hires will help it to ensure best-in-class technology skills, help streamline review and underwriting processes for commercial mortgages of all property types, and provide optimal back-office experience for its investor client base.
“Our growth has enabled us to create the most talented technology team in the commercial real estate industry,” stated Ira Zlotowitz, founder and CEO of GPARENCY, in the release.
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“We know we are an innovative tech company if we can attract brilliant technologists to choose us over global technology companies. As we continue our expansion as a top-tier commercial brokerage, I’m confident that Evguenia, Chetan and Silvester will help us achieve our goal of making financing more equitable for new and experienced GPs and commercial property investors,” Zlotowitz said.
The company also recently launched its “Match to Lender” solution to give borrowers access to lenders in their state, and made its commercial lender rolodex completely public.
In other recent proptech news, Quext secured $63 million for its multifamily smart apartment technology. Altrio also raised a $6.2 million Series A to help investors digitize and expedite their commercial real estate workflow.