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GMH Mortgage Names Rose As Eastern Sales Vice President

GMH Mortgage Names Rose As Eastern Sales Vice PresidentNEWTOWN SQUARE PA – GMH Mortgage Services LLC, a national mortgage banker headquartered in Newtown Square PA, said Thursday (Dec. 6, 2012) it named Joel Rose as vice president of its eastern division’s retail sales.

Rose has more than 20 years of experience in the mortgage industry, and most recently worked at GMAC, where he was responsible for branch expansion in North Carolina. He previously was regional sales director for SunTrust Mortgage, where he built sales volume to $400 million per year in the North Carolina region.

“Adding Joel to our team creates an immediate impact for all of our branches and our future expansion goals into other markets,” according to GMH President Karen Bausman. “(It) helps us continue our positive growth outlook for the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013,” she added.

GMH Mortgage is currently licensed in 14 states including Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

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