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Paul Laprade Named Northeast Regional Executive for Embrace Home Loans

National Mortgage Professional
Oct 15, 2015
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Embrace Home Loans has added 27-year industry veteran Paul Laprade as its newest Northeast regional executive, responsible for the management and achievement of all mortgage lending sales objectives across the New England States of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont. 

Since June, the lender has added former Lenders One CEO Jeff McGuiness, former ServiceLink sales executive John McGinty, and 21-year industry veteran John Costa.

“Embrace Home Loans is one of the nation's leading and fastest-growing full-service direct mortgage lenders,” said Kurt Noyce, president of Embrace Home Loans. “We began with big ambitions and we continue on that same path as we look to expand. One of our primary goals is to create an environment where the best and brightest talent sees mortgage banking as an elite and exciting career choice. Building on that commitment, we’ve added several very strong industry veterans who I believe will help us forge ahead and deliver exceptional service.”

Prior to joining Embrace, Laprade was first vice president of Home Lending Sales at Berkshire Bank. He was also vice president of TD Bank, overseeing the bank’s mortgage, home equity and non-real estate direct channel sales.

“Embrace Home Loans continues to be an industry leader because of their honesty, integrity and their 100 percent commitment to borrowers,” said Laprade. “Embrace has a proven track record of putting the customer first and I’m excited to be a part of that.”

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