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LenderLive Names John Parrish Regional AE of the Correspondent Lending Division
Feb 02, 2016
​LenderLive has announced that John Parrish has joined the firm as regional account executive for the company’s Correspondent Lending Division

LenderLive has announced that John Parrish has joined the firm as regional account executive for the company’s Correspondent Lending Division. Parrish will work with current and prospective clients, primarily community banks and credit unions in Ohio, Michigan, West Virginia, Kentucky and Indiana that are participating in or considering the LenderLive correspondent program. He will report directly to Bob Kallio, senior vice president of Correspondent Lending.

LenderLive’s correspondent program is designed to serve the needs of mid-tier and smaller originators that want to protect their customer relationships. Unlike many large bank programs, LenderLive offers an option to co-brand its servicing with its correspondents. The program also offers quick client approval, fast turn times, competitive pricing and greater engagement during the sales process to keep clients aware of the status of their loans.

Parrish brings more than 20 years of experience in the mortgage industry to LenderLive. Most recently, he served as an account executive at Impac Mortgage where he managed and built relationships across a five-state territory. Prior to his time at Impac, he was a regional manager with CMG Financial where he worked with clients and prospects to add products and processes that help build efficiencies in delivery and underwriting. He also held a series of successful regional account manager positions including his time at Aurora Loan Services and Countrywide Home Loans (Bank of America).

“John is a proven business leader with deep experience in the mortgage industry,” said David Vida, president of Mortgage Services at LenderLive. “His addition to the team enhances our strong capabilities and commitment to provide our clients with unique solutions to fit all their needs.”

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