March 2 - The Community Bankers Association of Georgia is pleased to announce the endorsement of MountainSeed, a provider of appraisal management services to community and regional financial institutions.
“This is both an honor and an opportunity to partner with the CBA of Georgia in building relationships within our home state,” said Carl Streck, principal of MountainSeed. “We look forward to lending our expertise in mortgage and loan portfolio evaluation to enhance the development of community banking in Georgia.”
MountainSeed engages appraisers, manages the appraisal process, and provides a technical review of appraisals in connection with financial transactions or as part of a bank’s portfolio collateral monitoring program. MountainSeed’s services assist bankers in ensuring independence in the appraisal process.
MountainSeed earned the approval of both the CBA’s Member Services Committee and the Board of Directors and endured a thorough due diligence process. “We are delighted to announce this partnership with MountainSeed,” commented Carolyn Brown, president and CEO of Community Bankers Association of Georgia. “I encourage our bankers to learn more about how this Georgia-based company can help our member banks.”
Atlanta-based MountainSeed is full-service appraisal management outsourcing firm with a refined skill-set in working directly with community and regional financial institutions to help them manage their commercial and residential real estate portfolios. MountainSeed has developed a stellar reputation within the industry as a leader in helping financial institutions evaluate and value their real estate portfolios, particularly those involved in loss-share transactions. For more information on MountainSeed, please visit www.mountainseedamc.com.
About Community Bankers Association of Georgia
The Community Bankers Association of Georgia is a non-profit organization serving community banks throughout Georgia for over 40 years to enhance their profitability and growth. The CBA was founded in 1969 by a group of Georgia community bankers to protect the political interests of locally owned community banks. Representing over 240 community banks and over 200 associate member companies, CBA offers services in four distinct areas which include political affairs, education, products & services and networking. For more information about the Association, visit www.cbaofga.com or call 770-541-4490.