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Stearns Lending appoints Karra to SVP of production applications

Stearns Lending ()Vishnu Karra senior vice president of production applications.

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Previously, he was senior vice president and technology executive for Bank of America Home Loans (BAC).

"For nearly twenty years he has led application design and development teams that have produced best-in-class mortgage origination technology platforms for retail, wholesale and correspondent business channels," said Uday Devalla, chief information officer at Stearns Lending.

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