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Patricia Hamilton, a sales leader with more than 30 years of mortgage industry experience, has joined The StoneHill Group as business development manager. Hamilton, a 20-year veteran of Freddie Mac with experience fulfilling the business needs of mortgage lenders of all sizes, will be responsible for managing sales and client accounts throughout the western United States.
“With the mortgage industry’s need for domestic loan quality help growing by the day, we’re thrilled that Pat is joining our team,” said David Green, founder and CEO of The StoneHill Group. “Besides having experience working closely with many different mortgage bankers, she is gifted at both sales and providing excellent customer care, which fits perfectly with our company culture. We are confident that current and future clients will be in great hands.”
Hamilton has a strong track record of developing and managing sales territories from the ground up in addition to helping mortgage lenders achieve their own business development goals. A former national account manager at Freddie Mac, she received numerous company awards while overseeing the accounts of a diverse customer base, including some of the country's top mortgage lenders. Most recently, Hamilton managed sales in the western territory for HomeBridge Funding, a correspondent lender, where she ranked as the company's top salesperson for six consecutive months. Her other roles include serving as an account executive with North American Property Preservation Corp. (NAPPCorp) and as national account manager for Opteum. A graduate of the University of California at Riverside, Hamilton is based in Chatsworth, California.
“Loan quality is of huge importance throughout the mortgage industry, but lenders also need a partner they can trust,” said Hamilton. “The StoneHill Group has a growing and well-deserved reputation for helping companies develop stronger, safer and more profitable mortgage operations through a wide range of solutions. I look forward to helping West Coast mortgage lenders achieve improved loan quality, so they may find increased success in 2015 and beyond.”