First Guaranty Mortgage Corp., a Virginia-based residential lender, announced the addition of Brian Burke as account executive – New England, TPO. Burke brings more than 23 years of experience in the correspondent and wholesale residential loan origination channels to FGMC.

“Brian brings an exceptional level of TPO credibility into New England for FGMC.” said Andrew Peters, CEO, FGMC. “The addition of Brian Burke to Patty DeVita’s northeast regional sales team is indicative of our overall commitment to the New England marketplace and to the Northeast region as a whole.” 

DeVita joined FGMC earlier this year as northeast regional sales manager, TPO.

Prior to joining FGMC, Burke was retail branch sales manager – Northern New England, EverBank. Previous positions include eastern division relationship manager, PNC; regional sales leader, MetLife Home Loans – wholesale; vice president – national business development, Countrywide Home Loans; regional sales manager, ClearPoint Funding; director, business development, Cendant Mortgage, where he also held the titles of account Manager and account executive.  

Burke’s extensive career also includes regional manager – Northeast, Paramount Residential Mortgage Group; Northeast and Mid-Atlantic sales manager, CUNA Mortgage Corporation; business partner/sales manager, Credit Union Center; and, finance consultant, Cohoes Savings Bank.

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