The National Association of Mortgage Brokers has named Rocke Andrews as its new president. 

Andrews previously served as the NAMB president in 2015. This time around, he is replacing Rick Bettencourt.

Andrews is also a broker as well as the owner of Lending Arizona

NAMB President Rocke Andrews

“Rocke has been an active member, volunteer and leader of NAMB for more than 20 years,” said outgoing NAMB President Rick Bettencourt. “NAMB has huge momentum right now as our industry accelerates. Rocke brings great leadership to our diverse member-base and unites our industry.”

Andrews has already announced a new campaign, NAMB for All, in which he plans to drive awareness of significant tools, education and advocacy that NAMB delivers. 

“My commitment to you as incoming president is that I will reach out regularly to understand your pain points and where we can help alleviate them,” Andrews said. “I will always keep you apprised of all the initiatives taking place, but I have one ask. Be an active member. NAMB is a member-based, volunteer association. We need to hear from you. We need you getting involved. We need everyone working together. NAMB for All!”

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