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2014 Influential Women In Housing

This November, HousingWire will honor high-achieving women across the U.S. housing economy – from residential mortgage lending, servicing and investments to residential real estate.

This unique annual program -- now in its fourth year -- was the first such national effort of its kind, launched to recognize the significant contributions of women to both mortgage banking and real estate. HousingWire is honored to have lead the way.

The 2014 Influential Women in Housing program will recognize the outstanding efforts of women in driving the U.S. housing economy forward. The honors are given to individuals who are making notable contributions to both their businesses and to the industry at-large – with a specific focus on contributions made in the most recent 12 months. Their energy, ideas and achievements as well as commitment to excellence and progress give us a look at the future of the industry.

Now accepting nominations through September 21, 2014.

Nominations are free, and self-nominations are encouraged and accepted. Honorees from 2013 are not eligible for recognition in the 2014 program; honorees from prior years are eligible so long as they did not receive recognition in 2013.

PLEASE NOTE: 2014 honorees will be notified in late September and invited to a custom photo opportunity in the Dallas area in early October. Attendance at the photo opp is not required but is strongly encouraged.

Please contact editorial@housingwire.com with any questions about this special program.