Getting Involved and Staying Relevant in the Mortgage Industry

first_imgHome / Daily Dose / Getting Involved and Staying Relevant in the Mortgage Industry  Print This Post Schneiderman & Sherman 2017-10-09 Brianna Gilpin Share Save Getting Involved and Staying Relevant in the Mortgage Industry Sign up for DS News Daily Brianna Gilpin, Online Editor for MReport and DS News, is a graduate of Texas A&M University where she received her B.A. in Telecommunication Media Studies. Gilpin previously worked at Hearst Media, one of the nation’s leading diversified media and information services companies. To contact Gilpin, email br[email protected] Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Tagged with: Schneiderman & Sherman The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Related Articles Previous: Fannie Mae: Consumer Confidence Increasing? Next: HOPE Program: 10 Years Later Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago October 9, 2017 1,187 Views Neil Sherman, Managing Partner at Schneiderman & Sherman, speaks with DS News on advice to newcomers in the industry and how veterans can stay relevant by keeping abreast of the latest news and being involved in networking groups. Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, Headlines, Market Studies, News About Author: Brianna Gilpin The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Subscribelast_img read more

Progress on securing land to improve dangerous road in Buncrana

first_img Further drop in people receiving PUP in Donegal Pinterest Google+ Buncrana Town Council has been told that work to secure land for improvement works on the Aghilly Road is making progress, and discussions on drawing up Compulsory Purchase Orders are at an advance stage.However, member were not happy with the pace of progress this week, with Mayor Cllr Padraig Mac Lochlainn saying the project has been delayed so often it is now embarrassing.The issue was raised by Cllr James Gill – He says it’s vital that the work is expedited……….[podcast]http://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/jgill830.mp3[/podcast] News Facebook 75 positive cases of Covid confirmed in North RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Man arrested on suspicion of drugs and criminal property offences in Derry 365 additional cases of Covid-19 in Republic WhatsApp Progress on securing land to improve dangerous road in Buncranacenter_img By News Highland – October 15, 2010 Twitter Pinterest Previous articleLetterkenny Council seeks to capitalise on Derry designationNext articleOireachtas committee rejects ombudsman’s Lost at Sea report News Highland WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+ Main Evening News, Sport and Obituaries Tuesday May 25th Gardai continue to investigate Kilmacrennan firelast_img read more

1-0 WIN: Sserunkuma returns to haunt Cape Verde

first_imgTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPts  South Africa105141214−216 Cranes at the Nations Cup in January, 2017. A new look team beatCape Verde Sunday.Cape Verde ??   0 Uganda ??     1Tanzania 1 Lesotho 1Geoffrey Sserunkuma returned to haunt Cape Verde, scoring the lone goal in the 83rd minute as Uganda beat Cape Verde in their delayed opening match of the 2019 Nations Cup qualifiers.Second half substitute Sserunkuma tapped in late in the game to secure a flying start for Uganda Cranes away in Praia.The current KCCA top marksman was part of then Cranes coach Mike Mutebi’s side that fell 1-0 in Cape Verde in 2004 but scored Uganda’s goal in their win in Kampala in 2005.“The Cape Verdeans play a flowing game but we managed to keep them silent at Namboole hence the win when I scored. However they are home on Saturday but we are hopeful of getting three points” Serunkuma,34, told www.fufa.co.ug ahead of Sunday’s 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.“I understand their style of play and when to catch them off guard. We are confident with the players we have here,”  added Sserunkuma.#EliminatoriasCAN2019 ?? v ?? [FT 0-1] Buena combinación colectiva y definición de Sserunkuma para la victoria de #Uganda ante #CaboVerde pic.twitter.com/mHR2lcH6fA— Camino a Rusia (@caminoarusia) June 11, 2017Tweets about @OfficialFUFA ***MATCH PREVIEWUganda Cranes face Cape Verde for the first time in over a decade, fortunes for both teams having changed a lot since they last met.Cape Verde were upstarts when they beat Cranes 1-0 in 2004 and lost 1-0 in Kampala in 2005 in the 2006 World Cup and African Cup of Nations qualifiers  – their first and only previous encounter.  DR Congo104421410+416  Burkina Faso104151413+113 Boosted by many Portugal based players – as Cape Verdeans abroad are more numerous than the population of the islands themselves – the country built their reputation in the coming years, climaxing with their maiden qualification for the Nations Cup finals in 2015.They since fell from grace,  failing to make it to the 2017 Nations Cup finals followed by 2-0 defeats to Senegal and Burkina Fasso last year in World Cup qualifiers. They have played a single game this year, a 2-0 defeat of Luxembourg in a friendly in March.Uganda on the other hand have since made history of their own, returning to the African Cup of Nations finals for the first time since 1978.Uganda’s appearance at Gabon 2017 has been followed by three friendly matches, all drawn against Kenya, Ethiopia and Senegal ahead of today’s match.Cranes also have in their line-up a survivor that the Cape Verde team will know well – Geoffrey Sserunkuma.The current KCCA top marksman was part of then Cranes coach Mike Mutebi’s side that fell 1-0 in Cape Verde in 2004 but scored Uganda’s goal in their win in Kampala in 2005.“The Cape Verdeans play a flowing game but we managed to keep them silent at Namboole hence the win when I scored. However they are home on Saturday but we are hopeful of getting three points” Serunkuma,34, told www.fufa.co.ug ahead of Sunday’s 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier.“I understand their style of play and when to catch them off guard. We are confident with the players we have here,”  added Sserunkuma.The match was pushed forward by 24 hours due to a flight hitch for the Uganda Cranes team that was flying in from Dakar, Senegal.Confederation of African Football (CAF) communicated to both teams Saturday afternoon.The‎ Group L Day One clash between Cape Verde and Uganda, originally scheduled for Saturday, 10 June 2017 in Praia has been postponed for 24 hours. The decision was taken by the Organising Committee for the Total Africa Cup of Nations due to the difficulties faced by the Ugandan team in arriving in Praia. The ‎flight of the Ugandan team didnot take-off as expected from Dakar (Senegal), where they held a training camp due to a technical problem, which constitutes a case of force majeure. The match will therefore take place on Sunday, 11 June 2017 at the same‎ time and venue with the same officials.When Uganda last met Cape Verde. Group 2 of 2006 Nations Cup/World Cup qualifierscenter_img  Ghana10631174+1321  Uganda10226615−98  Cape Verde10316815−710 Share on: WhatsApp Pages: 1 2last_img read more

Mike Tomlin Postgame Press Conference

first_imgNew England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, left, speaks to Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin after an NFL football game Sunday, Nov. 3, 2013, in Foxborough, Mass. The Patriots won 55-31. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)MT: Obviously a disappointing performance. Probably as disappointed as I have been, especially under the circumstances of how we were able to fight back there at the beginning of the second half. It was a 24-24 game and obviously they handled us and they handled us well. We’ve got to accept that and move forward. We will. We give them the credit. They were the better team tonight, obviously. And the scoreboard, stats and everything reflect that. For an injury standpoint, Vince Williams sustained a concussion, as did Ike Taylor. Those guys will be evaluated. Marcus Gilbert had an ankle injury. I’ll address any questions.Q: Mike, just off the top, any way to explain how many wide open receivers they had through the entire game?MT: We didn’t perform well.Q: Mike, you have talked about the effort and demeanor that you have wanted to see from this team. Did you see that down the stretch? Or did it look like the team quit to you?MT: Not good enough, not good enough. We are going to comb through this with a fine tooth comb, as we should. And those people who are lacking effort won’t be playing. It’s just that simple.Q: Mike, when you said this is probably the most disappointed as you have been, are you talking about this season?MT: This season.Q: Mike, why have Ben Roethlisberger out there at the end?MT: Because we have to get better and those are snap opportunities to get better. We ain’t turning it down, we ain’t running from anything. We have an opportunity to continue to work and get better, so we did that. The guys that were healthy were going to stay on the grass and finish the game.Q: Mike, when you fight back to 24-24 and then it’s 31-7 after that, what happened? Were you surprised?MT: We didn’t stop them. That’s the bottom line. We couldn’t stop them. We didn’t stop the run. We didn’t stop the pass.Q: Mike, is your first inclination to stick with it or do you re-evaluate the process at this point?MT: You re-evaluate everything. You have to after a performance like that and we will. It doesn’t necessarily mean we will change or change for the sake of changing, but we will look at every aspect of what we are doing and who we are doing it with because we can’t have performances like that.Q: I believe that was the most points the Steelers have ever allowed. Does that just get chalked up as a bad loss or does that mean something in the locker room?MT: No, you know, it’s a 55-point game. I don’t care if it’s the most points we have ever given up or not. It ain’t any more sickening or less sickening based on those results.Q: Mike, are you perplexed at all that this is happened or disappointed?MT: I am angry; disappointed. You know, we don’t have time for perplexed. You know, we are capable and better than that. We’ve got to be better than that. We weren’t, so we are going to fix it.Q: Any sense of that anger reflected in the team?MT: I’m not going to speak for them, I will let those guys speak for themselves.Q: At 24-24, what was your feel? Did you feel like that was a game you could win?MT:Absolutely, I did. Obviously the big punt return was a significant play, but we had overcome some significant plays to that point in the game. But, we didn’t.Q: Mike, you obviously looked at film on the Patriots and they had been struggling. Rob Gronkowski is back and it looks like he is healthy. How does that change the Patriots and what happened tonight?MT: I’m not going to speak for those guys. I think they are capable of speaking for themselves, you know, and their performance tonight obviously speaks for itself.Q: You only had two pass interference penalties all year and you had two on one drive. Is that sort of the thing you say ‘those things can’t happen’?  MT: It’s just kind of indicative of how we performed tonight.Q: Mike, the number of big pass plays, not only tonight, but all year. You know, that is something that you guys just don’t typically do. What’s happening there?MT: You know, I’m not ready to characterize the season, but tonight, obviously we were out of place. They executed well, that combination was lethal.–Postgame Transcript compiled by Patriots Media Relationslast_img read more