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Home Point Names Ty Kern Senior Managing Director of Production
Jul 20, 2015
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Home Point Financial Corporation has announced that Ty Kern is joining the company as senior managing director, production acceleration. Kern will be based in California and his focus will be to identify and integrate production expansion opportunities for the Home Point platform.

“Ty’s 20 years of broad sales production and leadership experience at top tier mortgage providers will add tremendous value to our growth strategy,” said Willie Newman, CEO of Home Point.

Kern was most recently the chief operating officer at Emery Financial Group, a division of WJ Bradley Mortgage Capital. Over his four-year tenure at Emery, he managed both sales and operations, closing more than $6 billion in referral-based retail originations. Kern has also has held leadership positions at ABN AMRO and First Nationwide Mortgage.

“We are excited for Ty to join our team and help grow our originations platform, including our current relationship with Emery Financial, one of our most important wholesale customers,” said Brian Brizard, Home Point’s chief production officer. “His experience and talents will be deployed immediately, as Home Point continues to execute on our vision of building a multi-channel national mortgage banker.”

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