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Managing Director Ted Nasca Joins Hunt Mortgage Group

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jan 27, 2017
Hunt Mortgage Group has announced that Ted Nasca has joined the firm as managing director

Hunt Mortgage Group has announced that Ted Nasca has joined the firm as managing director, where he will operate out of the firm’s Chicago office and report to Bill Hyman, senior managing director and chief production officer. Nasca will focus on sourcing opportunities for both the proprietary lending and conventional agency businesses, as well as providing bridge financing to clients in the Midwest and Southern California.

“We are making strategic additions to our organization to expand our market reach and capitalize fully on our expanded financing capabilities,” said Hyman. “Ted brings more than 20 years of commercial real estate and banking experience to his new role at Hunt Mortgage Group. We are confident he will play a pivotal role in helping us reach our growth goals in the Midwest and Southern California.”

Prior to joining Hunt Mortgage Group, Nasca was a managing director and originator at Greystone & Company, where he was responsible for establishing Greystones’ CMBS platform in the Midwest and California regions. Prior to that, he was with Guggenheim Commercial Real Estate where he was a managing director and originator and sourced, negotiated and structured life company quality transactions from $10 million. Earlier in his career, he spent 10 years with Credit Suisse/Column Financial where he played key role in establishing and growing the firm’s CMBS Small Loan Program to number one in the country.

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