Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions
has announced the addition of 10 new Account Executives in March to teach Mortgage Brokers and correspondents about growing their business with non-QM, including:
►Antoinette Hendryx, Central Valley, Calif.
►Tuan Huynh, Los Angeles
►Jodie James, Columbia, S.C.
►Rob McCorkel, North Bay, Calif.
►Geoff Ogden, Sacramento, Calif.
►Jill Polce, San Diego, Calif.
►Ben Scribner, Philadelphia
►Brady Sweet, Jacksonville/Pensacola, Fla.
►Leanne Wood, Scottsdale, Ariz.
►Sam Yeo, Orange County, Calif.
Scribner, a new AE in the Philly area, said, “The level of customer service, professionalism and the reputation of Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions is really what drew me to the company. They truly believe in people and the importance of building trust, through action with our clients. It is an extremely exciting time for the company and I am proud to have the chance to be a part of it!”
Polce, who joins Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions in San Diego, said, “I wanted the opportunity to provide Brokers with non-conventional loan options that add value to their business and diversify their client base. Our service, knowledge and collaboration amongst all teams, from prequalification to closing, is second to none, and I am excited to be a part of such an innovative group of people.”
Tom Hutchens, EVP Production for Angel Oak Mortgage Solutions, noted, “Each month, we continue to see the growth and acceptance of non-QM continue to increase. We’re excited about this new class of Account Executives. Our focus has always been on delivering the highest level of service and this new team will help us continue to educate brokers and correspondents on the value of working with Angel Oak.”
These 10 new AEs comes on the heels of Angel Oak Companies celebrating a number of achievements and significant growth over the past calendar year
, including doubling its originations of non-qualified mortgages from $1.1 billion in 2017 to $2.2 billion, increasing headcount by 53 percent to 648 people, and successfully completing four residential mortgage securitizations totaling $1.1 billion.