In this episode of Lykken on Lending we’ll have George Stoltz on the program speaking LIVE from the Lenders One Summit happening in Seattle!
George Stoltz is a well-known resource within technology and operational processes within the mortgage industry and has a long history of leading project teams in various technology driven platform integrations, strategy creation, and driving nationwide sales.
At the Lenders One Mortgage Cooperative, George manages the vendor relationships and is instrumental in developing effective strategies in solving for Lenders One Member challenges as it relates to technology solutions, operational inefficiencies, and reduction in overall loan manufacturing costs.
Prior to Lenders One, George spent most of the last decade at Freddie Mac managing various technical integrations with mortgage lenders in adopting Freddie Mac platform technology in support of what is now known as the Loan Advisor Suite, introducing sales strategies nationwide, and navigating the many challenges that come with the Uniform Mortgage Data Program requirements during a state of continuous change driven by legislation and the market environment. George started in the mortgage industry as an originator approximately 20 years ago and quickly moved to owning his own mortgage company while experiencing just about every aspect the mortgage industry had to offer.
In addition to owning his own mortgage company within the Mid-Atlantic region, George also served in the military programming satellites for targeting and imagery.
He currently resides with his family on Kent Island, Maryland.
The first half of the program will start with a TMSpotlight Soundbite from Les Parker, a macroeconomic perspective on the economy with a music parody. Then we’ll feature Joe Farr providing you a rate & market update, Alice Alvey of Union Home Mortgage providing a regulatory & legislative update followed by Allen Pollack giving us a Tech Report of the latest technology impacting our industry. Then we wrap up the first half the program with Andy Schell, a/k/a “Profit Doctor” sharing ideas on how to improve your bottom line.