Deephaven taps mortgage professional as VP of client development

Industry veteran will be instrumental in company's mission to "redefine non-agency lending"

Deephaven taps mortgage professional as VP of client development

Deephaven Mortgage has snapped up mortgage professional Andrew Spicer from Caliber Home Loans to serve as its new vice president of client development.

According to Deephaven’s release, the mortgage veteran will be in charge of helping its correspondent partners improve market share with non-agency products.

Spicer, who most recently served as sales director at Caliber Home Loans, brings more than three decades of correspondent and wholesale mortgage sales experience. During his time at Caliber, he oversaw the company’s correspondent lending sales team in the Midwest. His credentials also include years spent at MetLife, Bank of America and Washington Mutual Savings Bank.

“No one has stronger correspondent relationships or a deeper understanding of our partners’ business needs than Andy Spicer,” said John Keratsis, CEO and president of Deephaven. “His insights will be critical as we redefine non-agency lending in our quest to transform the mortgage industry.”

“This is a terrific opportunity for me to work with some of the best and brightest people in this space,” Spicer said. “I look forward to leveraging Deephaven’s innovative programs into greater correspondent lending success stories in this competitive purchase market. We’ve got the products, service and flexibility to help qualify a larger share of borrowers whose dreams of homeownership go unmet by the traditional mortgage lenders.”