Inclyne Inc. Appoints Paul Hayman as CEO

by 16 Aug 2012

DENVER, CO (Aug. 15, 2012) - Inclyne Inc., a national provider of distressed asset acquisition and disposition services for investors in single family residential real estate, announced the organization of the firm and the appointment of Paul Hayman to chief executive officer.  Inclyne is a distressed asset conduit to hedge funds, private equity firms and institutional investors, which are intent on employing capital into the single family residential housing sector.

“With upward of $6 billion of institutional capital focused on purchasing single family homes, there could not be a more opportune time for Inclyne’s services and expertise,” said Hayman.  “Inclyne is well positioned to fill the significant gap between the employment of capital by the institutional investment community and the lack of available pools of distressed houses to investors.”

Inclyne and its affiliates have developed three channels in the distressed housing market, which enable qualified investors to access assets in a systematic, productive and targeted process. 

“We are extremely pleased to have Paul Hayman in the CEO chair,” said Dan Reynolds president and chief operating officer of Inclyne. “Paul’s 20+ years of CEO experience in the residential housing sector as well as his work creating the Single Family Residential Rental Think Tank makes him invaluable to Inclyne.  He is at the forefront of developing and providing solutions in this new market.  He is a creative, socially responsible leader who understands that the residential housing sector needs institutional capital to be deployed into distressed housing communities.”

“Inclyne has the ability to not only meet the bottom line needs of our investor and banking customers but offers these clients a unique opportunity to help rescue families and their communities.  With more than 25 percent of the home owners under water on their mortgages and more than 3 million seriously delinquent loans in the shadow inventory, the need for socially responsible deployed capital and programs could not be greater,” added Reynolds.


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