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Sep 18, 2008

NetMore America Names Scott Holtz New Regional Vice PresidentMortgagePress.comNetMore America, Cornerstone Mortgage Company, Lomas and Nettleton Financial Corporation NetMore America Inc. ("NetMore"), a next generation mortgage lender, announced recently the hiring of Scott Holtz as regional vice president Eastern Region to help manage the Company's growth and move NetMore's objective of building a national sustainable lending platform forward. Holtz joins NetMore with more than 24 years of mortgage industry experience and proven accomplishments in building sales teams and branch operations and in his new position. In his new position, Holtz is being charged with attracting high quality Mortgage Brokers, expanding production volumes and market share while providing best-in-class service. Holtz has a highly successful track record in sales, building sales teams, branch operations and growing existing markets in both the wholesale and correspondent channels. Prior to joining NetMore, Holtz was senior vice president of Cornerstone Mortgage Company and was responsible for recruiting top producing loan officers and production teams. Previously, Holtz worked for over 10 years at Countrywide Financial Corporation, most recently as vice president and regional manager, and over 10 years at Lomas & Nettleton Financial Corporation. Should you have any questions or would like to speak with Mark Freedle, NetMore's CEO, please feel free to contact me directly at (203)431-0587 or [email protected].
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