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Mortgage News Network has announced its partnership with Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions in bringing profiles of the top 40 mortgage professionals under the age of 40 to MortgageNewsNetwork.com. New episodes of the 40 Under 40 program air on MortgageNewsNetwork.com every Thursday at 11:00 a.m. Eastern.
The 40 Under 40, a list of the top 40 mortgage professionals under the age of 40, is assembled and compiled by National Mortgage Professional Magazine annually, as nominees are voted on by their peers. Each member of the 40 Under 40 list exemplify professionalism and top production in today’s housing market, having persevered in the industry at a time of regulatory uncertainty.
“Angel Oak is proud to partner with the Mortgage News Network and to sponsor the 40 Under 40 series,” said Tom Hutchens, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions. “These industry pioneers are the future of our business. Angel Oak is a pioneer in the alternative lending space, and the relationship makes sense. We look forward to seeing the continued growth of these individuals in our ever-changing industry.”
Mortgage News Network offers a Daily Newsletter, bringing the 40 Under 40 profile series and more programming to your inbox on a daily basis. To sign up for the 40 Under 40 series and other Mortgage News Network programming, visit MortgageNewsNetwork.com.
“Through this partnership with Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions, the members of our elite 40 Under 40 group are able to share their expertise and knowledge with our audience. The insight and perspective provided by these pioneers under the age of 40 will chart the course for the future of the mortgage profession,” said Joel M. Berman, CEO and executive producer of Mortgage News Network. “Our growing audience will truly benefit from our programming, and through our on-demand video medium, programs like the 40 Under 40 profile series serves as a valuable resource, available 24/7, 365 days a year.”