AmeriSave Adds Four New Account Executives to its Institutional Lending Team

by 28 Aug 2012

Atlanta, GA – August 28th, 2012 - AmeriSave Institutional Lending pairs technological innovation with sensible risk management in mortgage lending to provide wholesale and correspondent lending for community banks, credit unions, mortgage bankers and mortgage brokers.  In the current economic climate product options have reverted to very conservative standards. AmeriSave’s loan performance is outstanding.  Therefore it has no legacy of bad loans to limit its growth.  This advantage has fueled AmeriSave’s current national hiring campaign.


AmeriSave Institutional Lending continues its expansion by hiring four new sales associates bolstering the company’s efforts to provide in-depth nationwide coverage.  The addition of these new associates will provide a stronger presence for the company in underserved territories.


“Despite increased competitive and economic challenges, we continue to experience strong growth.” said Ed Abufaris, Executive Vice President of AmeriSave Institutional Lending. “Our momentum is attracting the best in the industry and we’re delighted to welcome our latest team members.”


The following are new Account Executives: 

Joel Dulmage is the AmeriSave Account Executive for Indiana and Ohio.  He has over 26 years experience in the mortgage banking industry.  He started his career in the retail sector serving customers in the northwest suburbs of Chicago.  He moved into wholesale and correspondent lending as an Account Executive operating in the Midwest region.  Joel joined the Marketing Division for the Chicago region of Fannie Mae.   As a Customer Account Manager he worked with mortgage bankers and depositories to promote new products and services. Later he performed Collateral Auditing for member banks of the FHLB of Chicago. 

Mr. Dulmage holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Illinois State University and has completed several professional development courses specific to the mortgage and finance industry.  He has three grown children and enjoys history and relaxing with friends.


George Hudson started in the residential finance industry in 1998.  He has been both an account executive and a regional manager.  He also owned a retail firm overseeing all aspects of the loan process.  He feels he has successfully navigated every scenario confronting a lender.

George has been married for 19 years and has three children, two boys and a girl.  He loves hockey, biking and floating the rivers in the Northwest.  Finally, he is an avid Mizzou Football fan.  George is representing AmeriSave Institutional Lending as an Account Executive in Washington, Montana and Idaho.


Becky Ward is the Account Executive for AmeriSave Institutional Lending in the State of Texas in Austin and San Antonio.  Becky holds a BBA in Finance from Texas State University.  She has been active in the mortgage business since 1992 and has served as National Sales Manager for several Texas mortgage corporations.  Becky is married with a son 12 and a daughter 7.  Their family lives on the San Gabriel River in the Texas hill country and they love to go to the beach for vacations.


David Langlois brings 20 years of sales and customer support experience to AmeriSave TPO.  He will represent Amerisave in the entire state of Illinois with both his wholesale and correspondent lending experience.  His strong focus on customer support and training made him a multi-year top producer with his industry-leading former employer.  David has a BS in Engineering from the University of Illinois and lives in the Chicago area with his wife and two young children.  He enjoys golfing, fishing, biking, and oil painting.



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