Haus, a co-investment platform for homeownership, recently announced that it is bringing on two industry veterans to fill top positions within the growing company.
The company aims to make homeownership more affordable by co-investing in properties with homebuyers. In exchange for shared equity, the homebuyer can get up to 30% lower monthly payments than an average traditional mortgage, according to the company.
The startup was founded by Uber Co-Founder Garrett Camp and hired Jonathan McNulty as its Chief Executive Officer only last fall.
Now, Haus continues to grow, as it welcomed Ralph McLaughlin as chief economist and Kevin Nerney as Vice President of Operations.
“Ralph and Kevin will be critically important in guiding Haus’ growth and our continued investment in both homes and people,” McNulty said. “Kevin’s expertise will help us build our team and product strategically while ensuring we are always maintaining a great consumer experience, and Ralph’s deep industry knowledge will ensure that our company and customers are buying the right homes at the right prices, in the right markets.”
McLaughlin previously worked at CoreLogic, where he held the position of Deputy Chief Economist. Before that, he served as Chief Economist for Trulia. McLaughlin is widely recognized as an expert in the housing and mortgage industries.
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