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Allonhill featured in Wall Street Journal business innovation contest

I started Allonhill  three years ago this week with a small team of industry veterans to fix the inherent problems that contributed to the collapse of the housing market. The federal government’s response to the credit crisis in the early days of our company shifted the business climate for us and for the rest of the mortgage industry. I’m proud of the way our team responded, and how we built the company to where we are today: a leader in the due diligence industry representing investor interests and helping bring about systemic change. We are a growing business that has created more than 350 jobs in the past three years (nearly half of those in 2011!).

Our early success is being highlighted in The Wall Street Journal’s “Small Business, Big Innovation” competition, which features companies that employed smart strategies to survive the Great Recession. 

Readers are invited to vote online for their favorite stories from now until Sept. 30. You can show your support for Allonhill by going to our page and voting for our story. Readers can vote once a week until the Sept. 30 deadline. The winner will be revealed in a special Wall Street Journal report Nov. 21.