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David H. Stevens Named Board Advisor at George Mason Mortgage

Phil Hall
Aug 14, 2019
The new push by the Trump Administration to bring the government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) out of their 11-year federal conservatorship could result in some negative impacts on the wider mortgage market, according to an opinion piece by David H. Steven

George Mason Mortgage LLC, a Fairfax, Va.-based subsidiary of United Bank, has named David H. Stevens to its board of directors as an advisor.
 
Stevens served as president and CEO of the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) from 2011 to 2018. Prior to that, he was Assistant Secretary of Housing and Federal Housing Administration Commissioner in the Obama Administration.
 
“We are beyond thrilled to have Dave supporting GMM with strategic efforts and initiatives,” said Bill Landon, CEO of George Mason Mortgage. “Dave has earned numerous accolades throughout his extensive career and we are very pleased to welcome him to the GMM family.”
 
Stevens said, "I am very excited to join George Mason Mortgage. Bill Landon is a highly respected CEO in the mortgage industry and George Mason is one of those iconic mortgage banking firms headquartered in the mid-Atlantic region. With a strong foundation, reputation and great integrity, I am honored to be part of this company.  n such dynamic times and looking forward, I am eager to support Bill and the George Mason Mortgage team in achieving its goals.”
 

 
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