Daniel B. Schaefer
Dan Schaefer has over 20 years of experience as a senior sales and operations executive of a leading financial institution which included World Savings, Wachovia and Wells Fargo. During
his tenure as National Loan and Operations Manager, Schaefer was responsible for 4 lines of business including loan production, underwriting analysis, operations and appraisal valuation. Schaefer was directly responsible for 700 associates and $8 billion of loan production.
Schaefer was tapped to run and expand the REO Department in the Western U.S. in 2006 accounting for 80% of the volume for the legacy unit he inherited. During that time, he instituted field analysis, rehab requirements and timelines to initiate higher realization and faster disposition. These models are still in place today.
Most recently, Schaefer serves as Co-President of Greyhound Properties Inc. The Greyhound team was recognized in 2011 as the #2 production unit within the RE/MAX network of California and Hawaii. Greyhound specializes in the disposition of bank-owned assets.
In addition, Schaefer manages a personal portfolio of investment properties.
Schaefer graduated with a B.S. degree in marketing in 1988 and has held a California Real Estate Brokers license since 1988
Ronald P. Tremblay
Currently, Greyhound’s Co-President and CFO, Tremblay has over 30 years experience in mortgage banking and real estate. With 28 years at Wachovia Bank and World Savings culminating in executive level positions in both retail banking and lending. While on the retail banking side Tremblay managed a national organization with over 6,000 team members and more than $80 billion in deposits.
At the onset of the most recent financial crisis Tremblay was selected to lead the REO/Short Sale efforts for the combined banks (World & Wachovia). Tremblay quickly developed and implemented an“industry leading” REO and Short Sale process based heavily on product/process differentiation and a “high touch” approach. Both processes resulted in rapid disposition and high realization, saving the bank in excess of $100 million during their first full year of operation.
Credited with his unique and effective approach to asset disposition, Tremblay was asked to participate on several industry panels and quoted in media publications. His REO and Short Sale programs continue to exist at Wells Fargo today.
Tremblay received his MBA from Golden Gate University in San Francisco, CA , his BA from Franklin & Marshall College in Lancaster, PA and is a licensed Realtor.