After announcing the hiring of Tim Griffin as an account executive overseeing third-party originator (TPO) relationships with brokers, Bloomfield, N.J.-based lender Reverse Mortgage Funding (RMF) announced an additional appointee.
The company has hired Jaimee Scott to serve as an account executive, and her responsibilities will have similar scope to Griffin’s in that she will also be responsible for building and maintaining third-party originator (TPO) relationships with brokers, principal/authorized agents and correspondent lenders.
“Jaimee’s experience, professionalism and commitment to delivering the highest levels of customer service make her a perfect addition to RMF,“ said David Peskin, president of RMF in a press release announcing the appointment. “Throughout her career, Jaimee has honed her skills and we look forward to the value she will bring to our organization and partners.”
Prior to joining RMF, Scott served in multiple capacities at recently-shuttered lender Live Well Financial, including as a wholesale account executive and as a loan account manager. Before that she worked on Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) refinance transactions at Liberty Home Equity Solutions, which was preceded by work as a senior loan officer at NovaStar Mortgage. She earned a bachelor’s degree from California State University – Chico.
RMF is currently the fourth largest reverse mortgage lender in the country by volume, with a 12-month endorsement figure of 2,240 based on the most recent data by Reverse Market Insight.
Recently, RMD had a wide-ranging conversation with RMF President David Peskin on the inaugural edition of The RMD Podcast, which you can listen to here.