Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Supreme Lending Hires New Managers

Supreme Lending, a Dallas-based nationwide mortgage lender with over 60 branches throughout the U.S., today announced the hiring of Craig Goetz as western region production manager and Glynnis Barber as its new underwriting manager.

As western region production manager, Goetz is responsible for heading Supreme Lending’s team of branches in the western United States and overseeing all multi-state production, including procedures, growth and P&L management for an annual production volume of $1 to $2 billion across more than 34 states. Mr. Goetz brings more than 20 years of mortgage experience to his position with Supreme Lending. Prior to Supreme Lending, Goetz was director of retail and divisional vice president at Caliber Funding, LLC - a mortgage lending firm based in Irving, Texas, where he managed a team of 180 and oversaw 80 percent of the company’s national production. His career includes experience managing four start-up national mortgage banking companies, as well as recruiting and managing 200- to 850-person teams covering 16 to 40 states.

As Supreme Lending’s new underwriting manager, Glynnis Barber brings more than 28 years of experience in the finance profession, including 18 years in management and more than 10 years of experience in underwriting. Prior to Supreme Lending, Barber was an underwriting supervisor with W.R. Starkey Mortgage, a privately owned mortgage banking firm in Plano, Texas. She has extensive training and experience in credit and appraisal analysis and fraud prevention.

“One of the reasons Supreme Lending has continued to grow and thrive in challenging and uncertain markets is our constant dedication to elevating quality and production,” said Scott Everett, president and founder of Supreme Lending. “Glynnis and Craig demonstrate the experience, track record and commitment which help make us a leading force in the mid-tier market. We welcome them to the Supreme family and are looking forward to what we’re sure will be considerable positive contributions from them both.”

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