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Deephaven Hires New Managing Director, National Accounts

Jan 04, 2023
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Tyler Bohn will be responsible for helping brokers and correspondents scale their Non-QM business.

Deephaven Mortgage, a Non-QM-focused lender based in Charlotte, N.C., said Wednesday it has hired business development leader Tyler Bohn as managing director, national accounts.

Based in Fullerton, Calif., Bohn joins Deephaven with more than a decade of senior-level experience in the mortgage industry. Most recently, he served as senior vice president, national sales director, with Solidifi.

Tyler Bohn
Tyler Bohn

Before that, he served as executive vice president, head of sales and enterprise business development executive at Incenter, and as EVP, head of sales and enterprise business development executive at First American Mortgage Solutions.

For Deephaven, he is charged with helping national mortgage brokers and correspondents accelerate and scale their Non-QM business by leveraging Deephaven’s extensive platform of products, tools, training and support, the company said. 

“I am thrilled to help Deephaven’s channel partners better compete in the Non-QM market,” Bohn said. “Our team has the knowhow, including over a decade of service and underwriting experience, to make every one of our partners successful in the Non-QM space.”

“Tyler’s relationships at the national enterprise level will be important to Deephaven and the mortgage brokers and correspondents we serve,” said Tom Davis, Deephaven’s chief sales officer. “His leadership aligns with the strength and reliability we bring to the Non-QM marketplace.”

Bohn has a bachelor of arts degree in communications from the University of California at San Diego. He also is certified by the Mortgage Bankers Association as a mortgage servicing professional, and is a Lean Six Sigma green belt.

Founded in 2012, Deephaven is a full service, multi-channel, long-term mortgage lender focused on non-qualified (Non-QM) loans, providing access to financing to millions of underserved customers throughout the U.S.

About the author
David Krechevsky was an editor at NMP.
Jan 04, 2023
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