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Northsight Management Finalizes Merger with Truly Noble Services

NorthsightNorthsight Management LLC, a thriving mortgage field services provider offering a full array of default property management services, announced the finalization of its merger with Truly Noble Services, a well-respected Texas-based full-service general contractor.

According to Josh Sarchet and Steve Johnson, Northsight principals, “We are confident this fusion of organizations will add significant expertise and strength to Northsight. The team at Truly Noble has a solid reputation within the REO repair space which will fortify Northsight’s service offerings, as well as further support and expand its current client base.”

Based in Garland, Texas, Truly Noble Services was established in 1996 when James L. Easley, CEO and Chairman of the Board, launched the company after working to repair flooded homes throughout Dallas. Soon afterward, the company expanded into servicing the vacant property market. Truly Noble Services strives for three things on every job: 1) getting the work completed on time, 2) getting the work completed on budget, and 3) getting the work completed correctly the first time. Truly Noble now offers a wide array of repair and maintenance services across eight different Southeastern states, including their home state of Texas.

“With the onboarding of our new team from Truly Noble, Northsight can continue its objective of becoming the premier service provider with an unfailing commitment to customer service, continuous improvement, and integrity,” Sarchet stated.

Founded in 2009, Northsight Management’s commitment to high standards for all employees and contractors, as well as its advanced technology, services, and systems, surged the company forward as one of the fastest growing field service management companies in the industry. Today, Northsight preserves more than $700 million in real estate assets nationwide and offers a full range of property preservation and repair services, including but not limited to the following: inspection, re-key, eviction, winterization, rehab, lawn care maintenance, roofing, plumbing, electrical, and mold remediation.

As part of the merger, Northsight will be opening a new office in Dallas, Texas. Northsight’s headquarters will remain in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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