People movers are about the latest in business professionals making waves in the housing and mortgage industries.
Mortgage lender, Evergreen Home Loans, named Chuck Iverson as its new executive vice president of production.
Prior to joining Evergreen Home Loans, Iverson took a break in his career to spend time immersing himself in the technology aspect of the industry, he said. He was also the chairman of the California Mortgage Bankers mortgage innovation conference, and will do so again this year, he said.
“So many companies sell their mortgages after they originated them. But Evergreen is servicing the majority of their customers, because our vision is to have a long term customer satisfaction experience, not just during the initial mortgage origination, but through the life of the loan,” Iverson said to HousingWire. “We believe that by doing that, we can build a powerful consumer brand and just have the best experience for consumers in the industry.”
Before that, Iverson was at Sierra Pacific Mortgage for 22 years, where he also served as the executive vice president of production.
Iverson started his almost 28 years in the industry as an originator, working his way into top producer status and then management at Sierra Pacific Mortgage.
Real estate research, data and analytics provider, Green Street Advisors, appointed Jeff Stuek as its new chief executive officer. Stuek is replacing Craig Leupold, who will be stepping down after 12 years as president and CEO, and more than 26 years with the company. Leupold will continue to serve as a strategic advisor to Green Street.
Before he joined the company, Stuek served as president for North America of TravelClick.
Stuek was at TravelClick for seven years, and has more than 20 years of leadership experience in general management, sales, strategy and business development, capital markets, operations and finance.
Stuek will lead Green Street as it prepares to accelerate its organic growth, invest in product innovation and pursue strategic acquisitions, according to a release.
Vacation rental management platform, Vacasa, appointed Jeff Flitton as its new chief technology officer. Flitton was previously the company’s vice president of engineering.
Flitton, who joined Vacasa in 2017, will focus on expanding machine learning applications as Vacasa develops new products and services to meet the needs of the company’s more than 21,000 homeowners and two million guests per year.
Flitton began his career with Lionsbridge, a leading language translation company, and spent several years with both AmeriBen and Balihoo. He joined Vacasa in 2017 as director of software development and was promoted to vice president of engineering the following year.
Flitton will be replacing Tim Goodwin, who is leaving the company for a new opportunity.