Irvine, Calif. —December 1, 2015 — HomeUnion, an online, real-estate investment management firm enabling value investing in single-family rental (SFR) properties announced today that Don Ganguly, CEO, has been named one of the 2015 HW Vanguard Awards™ winners.
The first annual HW Vanguard Awards list recognizes 27 housing and mortgage finance leaders who share one common trait: an unmistakable impact on their organizations, their communities, and the housing industry at large.
Ganguly was recognized for introducing disruptive, technologically-driven solutions that is allowing retail investors to make more informed decisions when investing in single family rental assets. HomeUnion’s technology and its end-to-end services of acquisition, property management and disposition offerings make the SFR asset class more accessible to individuals and enables remote investing—so individuals are no longer restricted to investing in local geographies.
“The HW Vanguard Award winners are some of the most powerful and influential leaders in our industry. They represent the cutting edge of management and strategy in the mortgage finance field, and the kind of leadership the housing industry needs to continue to drive the American economy forward,” said Jacob Gaffney, HousingWire editor-in-chief.
“We have democratized real estate investing, by bringing institutional-level data and tools to what has traditionally been a market dominated by local investors,” said Don Ganguly, CEO of HomeUnion. “Being recognized as a HW Vanguard Award winner is a personal honor validates the work Homeunion is doing to help every day real estate investors achieve their financial goals.”
HomeUnion is an online real estate investment management firm, specializing in single-family rental (SFR) properties. Based in Irvine, Calif., it provides all the services needed for individuals to invest remotely in SFR properties. HomeUnion’s role spans the lifecycle of the investment transaction: from locating properties; advising on the purchase; finding renters; managing the property; and selling it when the time comes.
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