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Silver Hill Funding has announced two new additions to the company’s ranks, as Brian Willner joins Silver Hill’s sales representative team, and Pablo Vega as new sales manager for the West Coast region.
Willner is an accomplished professional with more than a decade of experience in commercial and residential lending, commercial real estate-owned (REO) disposition, and client portfolio management. As a member of the original Silver Hill team, Willner was instrumental in helping mortgage brokers fund tens of millions of dollars in commercial deals.
“Mortgage brokers will be just as happy as we are to have Brian rejoin the Silver Hill team. He is an experienced and dedicated professional who specializes in helping mortgage brokers close more commercial loans,” said Michael Boggiano, senior vice president–national sales manager for Silver Hill Funding.
Willner said, “I’m very happy to be back at Silver Hill. We have programs and options that make sense for many different types of business owners and investors, and I’m looking forward to working with mortgage brokers to bring these solutions to their clients.”
With more than 15 years of experience spread across several financial industries, Vega specializes in creating and executing sales and marketing strategies that grow businesses. As a member of the original Silver Hill team, he played a large role in maximizing commercial brokers’ success with small-balance commercial mortgages.
“Commercial brokers have an opportunity to close more small-balance deals when they work with the lending programs and streamlined process Silver Hill provides,” said Vega. “I’m excited to help commercial mortgage brokers grow their business and provide value to their customers.”
Boggiano added, “I’m very excited to welcome Pablo back to the Silver Hill team. His wide range of experience within the mortgage industry and other sectors makes him a valuable resource for brokers as they market their business in today’s economy.”