To help keep up with growing demand for private mortgage insurance, ""Mortgage Guaranty Insurance Corporation"":http://www.mgic.com/ (MGIC) announced the addition of six veteran industry professionals to its sales team.[IMAGE]
Bolstering MGIC's ranks are Rob Deters, Christie Buff, Carl Benefield, Trey Waters, Laura Plunkett, and Andrew Amenson.
A mortgage veteran of 24 years, Deters has worked with large national lenders and local credit unions, giving him broad experience in specific issues facing different types of lenders. He is MGIC's account manager for Central Indiana, Northern Kentucky, and Ohio.
Managing accounts in Western Florida is Buff, who has worked in housing for 27 years. Throughout her career, she has worked as a wholesale account executive, a loan producer, and a licensed real estate salesperson.[COLUMN_BREAK]
Benefield brings 21 years of industry experience to his new role as account manager for Lousiana. Having started his career as a credit officer and loan officer, he eventually transitioned to wholesale account executive. He also has direct consumer lending experience as co-owner of a mortgage company.
Waters has spent 11 years in the mortgage industry and has worked as a loan officer, a business development manager in mortgage technology, and a mortgage insurance account executive. He is now overseeing Arkansas and Oklahoma as account manager.
Plunkett has taken over as account representative for Northern California and Nevada. She has extensive experience as an account executive, focusing on wholesale lending.
Finally, Amenson was named account representative for Arizona and New Mexico. He has been with MGIC since 2003, serving most recently as a member of the inside sales team.
""Rob, Christie, Carl, Trey, Laura and Andrew bring with them a depth of knowledge in the mortgage market,"" said Cheryl Webb, SVP of field operations for MGIC. ""Their well-rounded experience is invaluable for helping customers maximize the benefits of mortgage insurance at a time when mortgage finance is adjusting to both market and regulatory changes.""