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In this case, the journey comes ...
In this case, the journey comes with a Canadian chequebook thanks to well-heeled owner J. Paul Reddam of Windsor, Ont.
Its the story of a horse bought for US$11,000 as a yearling and then $35,000 as a two-year-old -- by Reddam
-- that has gone on to win five of seven career races and $2,629,200 in prize money despite never having yet gone off as the favourite.
Gutierrez, spotted by Reddam
at Santa Anita, says his ride is something special.
Owner Reddam is president of CashCall, an Anaheim-based mortgage refinancing and personal loan company.
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"CashCall is continuing its investment in an online presence that empowers our customers," said CashCall CEO and President J. Paul Reddam.
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"The mortgage business has probably quadrupled in the last year, because interest rates are so low," said CashCall owner Paul Reddam, who expects his company will do more than $600 million in annual revenue this year.
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Wilko didn't really need to run, but what was his co-owner, Paul Reddam, supposed to do?
He sponsored the CashCall.
Gutierrez has been back and forth to Northlands Park in Edmonton to ride Todd-Taylor horses - they won the $50,000 Don Fleming Handicap there on Aug. 6 - while also travelling hither and yon as well for I'll Have Another's owner, Paul Reddam.
Owned by J. Paul Reddam
and trained by Doug O'Neill, I'll
Have Another - with Gutierrez, who went 4-for-4 aboard the Kentucky bred, again in the saddle - paraded in front of the grandstand to much applause and was greeted by a number of signs from appreciative fans.
At an afternoon press conference, Paul Reddam, the owner of I'll Have Another, said the horse would be retired.
"I'm afraid history is going to have to wait for another day," he
AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Hoping to offset prevailing home sales trends, local entrepreneur Paul Reddam recently launched Homesville, a full-service real estate firm that differs from its competitors by charging sellers a fixed, one-time fee, rather than the usual three percent seller's commission."After ten years of selling homes in Austin, I basically came clean and admitted that I was being overpaid," confessed Reddam.
explains that selling a $200,000 house versus a $500,000 one requires almost identical effort on the part of the realtor."To put it plainly, there's no real good reason to pay a percentage-based commission in today's world.That's why at Homesville
sellers get the same full-service real estate for a one-time fee of $2,995 payable at closing -- regardless of whether it's a $200,000 deal or a $500,000 one."Reddam
was quick to point out, however, that Homesville
continues to advise sellers to offer a three percent commission to buyer's agents, and that any savings comes exclusively from what would have been paid in seller's agent commissions.Homesville
's one-time fee covers all the expenses of listing and selling a home, and is not assessed until closing."Homesville
may cut prices, but it doesn't cut corners.Sellers will get the same quality real estate service they expect," remarked Reddam
.While some may be skeptical of Reddam's
business model, Reddam states that any lack of big-ticket commissions is balanced by the high volume of his
listings."A well-priced, properly marketed home will sell regardless of which company you list with.The question is: how much do you want to pay?"If anecdotal evidence is any guide, local home sellers are asking themselves that very question.Reddam's
new enterprise may help them on their way to an answer.Homesville
is based in Austin, Texas.The firm offers full service real estate services to both buyers and sellers.For additional information on all of the services provided by Homesville
, contact Paul Reddam
at 512-789-0869, or simply go to http://www.homesville.com .