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Continued Growth at Mortgage Vendor Leads to New Hire

Sep 9 2013, 7:18am CDT | by PR.com

Atlanta, GA, September 09, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The StoneHill Group, a national provider of mortgage quality control, due diligence, mortgage compliance audits, MERS® reviews and loan fulfillment,...

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Continued Growth at Mortgage Vendor Leads to New Hire

Sep 9 2013, 7:18am CDT | by PR.com

Atlanta, GA, September 09, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The StoneHill Group, a national provider of mortgage quality control, due diligence, mortgage compliance audits, MERS® reviews and loan fulfillment, including underwriting, closing and post-closing services, has hired John Freda as Manager of Compliance and Internal Audit. The company reports experiencing rapid growth in customer acquisitions and seeing an increasing need for their service offerings throughout the mortgage lending industry.

“As we expand our outsourcing service offerings for the changing mortgage lending landscape, adding John to the team help ensures we meet new investor and regulatory demands while providing the best customer service in the business,” said David Green, president of The StoneHill Group. “John, with an extensive mortgage banking background, becomes an integral part of our firm and joins our growing Jacksonville office.”

Mr. Freda has over 10 years of both residential and commercial lending experience including Legacy Asset Servicing underwriting responsibilities and origination at Bank of America. He was the primary leadership force of the correspondent lending division for Guaranty Bank. Mr. Freda is an Accredited Mortgage Professional (AMP), a designation awarded by the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) that recognizes the achievements of individuals in the real estate finance industry for their pursuit of educational excellence, high ethical standards, and commitment to professionalism.

The StoneHill Group serves a wide range of clientele including commercial banks, community banks, credit unions, independent mortgage companies, servicers and other mortgage providers.

About The StoneHill Group

The StoneHill Group is a privately held corporation and was founded in 1996 by David Green, who serves as president, The StoneHill Group is a national provider of outsource services and solutions to the mortgage industry. Solutions include: quality control plans; due diligence; fulfillment (underwriting, closing, investor delivery [whole loan or bulk trades], insuring, final document retrieval, and MERS® quality assurance reviews); and, collateral audits. For more information on The StoneHill Group, please visit www.stonehillgroup.com or call 1.877.399.1936.

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The StoneHill Group
Peter Fugaro - Media Relations
336-402-0330
Contact via Email
www.stonehillgroup.com
Sales: David Green - dgreen@stonehillgroup.com

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