CoreLogic: Foreclosures down more than 25% since August 2014

CoreLogic: Foreclosures down more than 25% since August 2014

Foreclosure pipeline of legacy loans remains elevated

Here’s how TRID is changing the mortgage industry

Up and down the pipeline things are changing

Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Is Fed, housing policy at a crossroads?

Plus why private investors don’t want to buy mortgages, TRID and more
Lending / People Movers

Norm Fitzgerald joins National MI as senior vice president of field sales

Was SVP of correspondent lending at Nationstar

National MI Norm Fitzgerald
/ Print / Reprints /
| Share More
/ Text Size+

National Mortgage Insurance Corporation, a subsidiary of NMI Holdings, Inc. (NMIH), has named Norm Fitzgerald senior vice president of field sales.

Fitzgerald joins National MI from Nationstar Mortgage, where was senior vice president of correspondent lending.

During his time at Nationstar, Fitzgerald built and launched the company’s correspondent lending channel and grew the correspondent platform to become one of the country’s top ten correspondent lenders in less than a year.

“Norm’s experience in the mortgage industry and his leadership skills make him a perfect fit to head National MI’s field sales,” said Pete Pannes, executive vice president, head of sales at National MI. “He has a proven ability to successfully lead and motivate a nationwide sales team, and will bring a superior and collaborative approach to our customers.”

Prior to Nationstar, Fitzgerald served as senior vice president of correspondent lending at PHH Mortgage, where he was responsible for leading correspondent sales initiatives. Earlier in his career, he spent 10 years at Citimortgage in executive positions of increasing responsibility and seniority.

“I am excited to be joining National MI as the company continues its rapid growth and I look forward to working with the company’s talented sales force as we offer industry-leading solutions for private mortgage insurance,” Fitzgerald said.

Recent Articles by Ben Lane

Comments powered by Disqus