Angel Oak Adds Seven New AEs
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Angel Oak Adds Seven New AEs

August 28, 2018
Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions has announced the addition of seven new Account Executives
Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions has announced the addition of seven new Account Executives, including Kendra Cutuli in Los Angeles, John Jernigan in North Carolina, Armando Aviles and Diane Hardgrove in Dallas, Otto Oliva in Inside Sales with John Macedo covering Monterey Bay to the South Bay and Vee Elmazaj covering the South Bay in California.
 
“The past few months have demonstrated that our message of Mortgage Brokers needing to look at non-QM lending is taking hold,” said Tom Hutchens, Executive Vice President, Production for Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions. “We have seen not only a greater acceptance of non-QM, but more Loan Officers actively seeking those borrowers. We look forward to this new team of Account Executives further cementing our leadership position in the non-QM space."
 
For Hardgrove, “the programs, technology, and leadership create so many options to support Loan Officer business growth. It’s inspiring to be with a team of professionals who make the dream of homeownership real for many people.”
Jernigan saw the service and commitment and saw that the “company is in an amazingly unique position as the mortgage market evolves over the coming years. They are committed to their employees, their investors, and their customers within the broker community to provide a best in class service experience. It’s an exciting time for me personally, as Angel Oak is poised to be hugely impactful for the foreseeable future. I’m very fortunate to be in this role at this time!”
 
Macedo wanted to join Angel Oak because he felt that “they are filling needs of borrowers that were lost for good. The opportunity today is endless.”
 
Elmazaj chose Angel Oak because “of their common sense underwriting. Angel Oak looks at each individual loan and finds the silver lining and helps people who have worked very hard to keep their credit clean so they don’t have problems like this. They treat clients like people and not just a file. In today’s market, that’s a cut above the rest!”

 
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