Guild Mortgage Well Represented in Mortgage Executive Magazine Top Mortgage Originators Rankings

Leading independent mortgage lender had multiple loan officers named to the publication’s
Top 200 Mortgage Originators and Top 1% Mortgage Originators rankings

SAN DIEGO – Guild Mortgage, one of the largest independent mortgage lenders in the U.S., had a total of 20 loan officers ranked in Mortgage Executive Magazine’s Top 200 Mortgage Originators in America for 2017, while more than 100 representatives earned a spot on the Top 1% Mortgage Originators list.

Appearing in the magazine’s Spring 2018 edition, the Top 200 Mortgage Originators rankings seek to recognize and celebrate the service, dedication and hard work that leading mortgage originators put into serving their customers. The list ranks the nation’s top originators by their total yearly mortgage volume.

The following Guild Mortgage representatives were named to the list (by rank): No. 6. Gregory Roth (San Diego, Calif.); 13. Kent Grant (San Diego, Calif.); 18. Jason Gosser (Everett, Wash.); 22. Steve Brown (San Francisco, Calif.); 30. Oleg Tkach (Lynwood, Wash.); 42. Elizabeth Hoeffer Irvine (Phoenix, Ariz.); 48. Julie Johnson (Seattle, Wash.); 55. Becca Green (Henderson, Nev.); 60. Casey Oiness (Bellevue, Wash.); 62. Shayla Gifford (Reno, Nev.); 94. Jeff Miltenberger (Lynwood, Wash.); 95. Carol Clark (San Diego, Calif.); 105. Tammy Wittren (Oregon City, Ore.); 115. Steph Noble (Portland, Ore.); 129. Karen Nielson (Logan, Utah); 139. Michael Dunn (San Diego, Calif.); 156. Michael Bowen (Centennial, Colo.); 187. Debbie Maggert (Zephyr Cove, Nev.); 191. Brad L’Engle (Folsom, Calif.).

The Top 1% of Mortgage Originators list ranks the top 1% of the hundreds of thousands of originators in the U.S. To qualify, originators must have had a total personal production of at least $30 million in 2017.

The following representatives from Guild Mortgage were named to the Top 1% list (listed alphabetically): Chantry Abbott; Kellie Allen; Blair Anderson; Jeff Anderson; Trey Baker; Martin Baltz; Ross Barrett; Ryan Beckman; Kyle Bergquist; Michael Bettineski; Michael Bowen; Gavin Brayce; Clay Brown; Steve Brown; Stuart Brown; Ryan Bundy; Brian Calvo; Amy Cardenas; Brian Case; Michelle Castle; Heyward Cathcart; Carol Clark; Chad Cockerell; Jeff Compton; Bob Cooley; Travis Coursey; Kara Currey; Brian Cushing; Jeremy Daugherty; Erica Davis; Kris Davis; Monica Davis; Michael Dunn; Chris Duskin; Melissa Figueroa; Jennifer Fiore; Carol Flanagan; Cory Flynn; Michael Fornerette; Cindy Fraioli; Janet Fuller; Shayla Gifford; Aaron Gordon; Jason Gosser; Ken Grant; Becca Green; Brett Green; Todd Gydesen; Fred Hamud; Rebecca Hansen; Ron Hanson; Tonja Hathaway; Jeff Hatz; Vikki Haven; Cara Hawkins; Jeffrey Hawks; Terry Heffner; Faith Helm; Kevin Helm; Thomas Holyfield; Elizabeth Hoeffer Irvine; Julie Johnson; Andy Jorgensen; Sara Keller; Melinda Kim Mccaslin; Trish Kirsch; Karla Kyte; Jacob Leenders; Craig Lemp; Brad L’Engle; Misty Leonard; Ron Luttrull; Debbie Maggert; Chris Magnotta; Michael Maier; Brian Manning; Suzanne Martindale; Stephanie Maulding; Cara Mengali; Laura Merrifield; Kathy Mertens Pickett; Jeff Miltenberger; Pete Mingham; Stacy Mizzell; Jorge Montoya; Alan Moore; Sonnet Mouritsen; Seamus Murphy; Shane Musselwhite; Brandy Nelms; Karen Nielson; Paula Nirschl; Trevor Nissen; Steph Noble; Cyndi Nunez; Casey Oiness; Deborah Owen; Brian Page; Joseph Pattee; Dawn Peck; Tony Peplinksi; Kenton Powell; Edward Powers; Denise Prothe; Amanda Rea; April Reichert; Katie Rice; Meg Robb; Gregory Roth; Robert Rush; Carmine Russo; Baxter Scruggs; Debra Secord; Rachelle Shaw; Theresa Sheridan; Alisha Sirois; Joseph Small; Jayson Stebbins; Rhonda Stickney; Linda Stroberg; Lida Thomas; Mary Tillery; Oleg Tkach; Silas Tolles; Jonathan Trussell; Carson Vaughn; John Verheyden; Sabrina Wegley; Julie Whalen; Ladelle White; Tammy Wittren.

Entries for either ranking cannot include loan volume of associate or junior originators that earn a commission on the same loan files.

Guild Mortgage is headquartered in San Diego, Calif. and has more than 4,000 employees with more than 250 offices in 27 states. The company’s growth over the past several years has been among the highest in the industry and Guild is consistently recognized for its impact in the communities it serves, commitment to customer service and workplace culture.

A top-10 national lender by purchase loan volume, Guild offers first-time homebuyers a wide range of loan options and personalized service. Its loan professionals can serve the needs of any homebuyer, from helping first-time homebuyers achieve home ownership, often through government loan programs, to jumbo home loans. Guild also specializes in helping active duty and retired military personnel to secure VA loans, with 100-percent financing and flexible qualifying standards.