2020 HW Woman of Influence: Annie Gotch

Paramount Residential Mortgage Group, Associate Vice President, Wholesale Branch Manager

Annie Gotch

Since day one, Annie Gotch consistently exceeded expectations as a top producing and loyal account executive at Paramount Residential Mortgage Group.

Gotch is an industry veteran with more than 35 years as an account executive – the majority of that tenure at PRMG. As associate vice president and wholesale branch manager, Gotch was awarded membership in the PRMG President’s Cabinet, year after year. When Gotch joined PRMG, she brought along with her a plethora of existing broker business that led to the majority of PRMG’s initial growth. In her role, she is very in tune with PRMG’S loans programs and technologies. She utilizes this knowledge to better assist her brokers in elevating their performance. Known to her team as a passionate leader, Gotch is extremely attentive to her customers’ needs, while frequently exceeding their expectations. She made it her mission to provide her clients with the best experience and service possible every day. Over the years, Gotch stays actively involved in the tradeshow circuit, including local chapters of CAMP, while representing PRMG nationally. Her actions and consistent behaviors have demonstrated her to be a proven leader amongst her peers and customers, and a dedicated mentor to the broker community.

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