IRVING, TX—Caliber Home Loans, Inc., a leading residential mortgage origination and servicing company, today announced that Carl Streicher has been named Pacific Southwest Divisional Executive, effective April 30. Prior to accepting this new role, Streicher served as regional VP of retail lending for the California region.
“Carl is a passionate leader that delivers for his team, the customers and the business partners that we serve,” said John Bianchi, EVP national retail lending. “Carl has been a valuable contributor to Caliber Home Loans since he joined in February 2014, and has been instrumental in increasing the growth and stability of our retail sales organization in the West. He has paved the way for Caliber Home Loans to expand in new markets across the Pacific Southwest and we look forward to his continued success.”
Caliber Home Loans will look to leverage Carl Streicher’s 23 years of industry experience and commitment to ethical standards to further develop productivity in new markets across Southern California, Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico.
Caliber Home Loans, Inc., is a privately-held financial services company, with headquarters in Irving.
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IRVING, TX—Carl Streicher has been named Pacific Southwest Divisional executive, having previously served as regional VP of retail lending for the California region.
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