Mortgage Professionals Named New Hampshire Housing Homeownership Fellows
September 19, 2022
Eleven Granite State professionals who work with homebuyers have been named 2023 New Hampshire Housing Homeownership Fellows. The program offers an opportunity to explore the mortgage finance system and participate in workshops about housing and public policy, housing and economic development, state government issues, and New Hampshire Housing’s homeownership programs.
A highlight of the Fellows program is meeting with New Hampshire’s Congressional delegation while in Washington, D.C., and the opportunity to discuss issues with representatives from the National Council of State Housing Agencies, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Ginnie Mae, Mortgage Bankers Association, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, and USDA Rural Development.
The 2023 New Hampshire Housing Fellows are:
- Julia Forbes, Bellwether Community Credit Union
- Bill Gaudet, HarborOne Mortgage
- Chrissy Gossel, NH Housing
- Sandi Grace, Bank of New Hampshire
- Sandee Guide, HarborOne Mortgage
- Brendan Hague, CMG Home Loans
- Bobby Hill, Northway Bank
- Jessica Hooper, Bar Harbor Bank & Trust
- Megan Pepper, Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp.
- Kyrsten Shedd, Guild Mortgage
- Lorraine Tyma, HarborOne Mortgage
“Our Homeownership Fellows program offers a unique opportunity for New Hampshire lenders and real estate professionals to gain a deeper understanding of residential lending practices and affordable housing issues in New Hampshire and nationally,” said Rob Dapice, Executive Director/CEO of New Hampshire Housing.
The Homeownership Division works with a statewide network of lenders and real estate professionals to offer single-family mortgage programs that enable low- and moderate-income homebuyers to purchase or refinance a home. Details about the New Hampshire Housing Homeownership Fellows are available at www.NHHousing.org/homeownership-fellowship-program.
In August, New Hampshire Housing announced its 2022 Top Loan Officers and Lenders.
Photo of 2022 – 2023 NH Housing Homeownership Fellows:
Back, l-r: Lisa Ford, NH Housing, Rob Dapice, NH Housing, Bobby Hill, Northway Bank; Kyrsten Shedd, Guild Mortgage; Julia Forbes, Bellwether Community Credit Union; Chrissy Gossel, NH Housing; Lorraine Tyma, HarborOne Mortgage; Sandee Guide, HarborOne Mortgage; Bill Gaudet, HarborOne Mortgage
Front, l-r: Brendan Hague, CMG Home Loans; Jessica Hooper, Bar Harbor Bank & Trust; Megan Pepper, Fairway Independent Mortgage Corp.; Sandi Grace, Bank of New Hampshire; Julie Jussif, NH Housing
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