Account exec tapped for TPO manager job

by Donald Horne10 Jun 2015
When Inlanta Mortgage, Inc. went looking for someone to lead its expanding third-party origination business, they didn’t have to look very far.
Inlanta has just announced that Gary Grocholski has been promoted to the position of TPO Manager, managing Inlanta’s expanding third-party origination business and overseeing the execution of new partnership agreements.
“Inlanta continues to find success by allowing small to mid-sized financials to leverage our mortgage platform,” says Nicholas DelTorto, president of Inlanta Mortgage. “Banks and credit unions can expand their mortgage product offerings without the additional overhead and compliance risk.”
Grocholski’s appointment to the position of TPO Manager is part of an overall organizational change resulting from increasing third-party origination volume. Third-party origination agreements allow financial institutions to expand their mortgage product offerings, increase fee income, decrease expense and mitigate compliance risk.
Grocholski is a 17 year veteran of the mortgage industry, previously serving as Inlanta’s Branch Liason and Account Executive. As Account Executive, Grocholski helped loan officers and branch managers improve loan file quality and usher compliant files through the Inlanta Mortgage pipeline. Grocholski was also instrumental in onboarding new loan officers and branches, educating them on Inlanta systems and processes.
Since its inception back in 1993, the company has grown to 34 branches in 16 states and over 220 employees, with headquarters in Brookfield, Wisc.
The company was named a Top Mortgage Lender in 2012 and 2013 by Scotsman Guide and has been listed in Mortgage Executive Magazine’s “Top 100 Mortgage Companies in America” every year since 2011. In addition, Inlanta was named a “Fastest Growing Firm” by Milwaukee Business Journal in 2013; a “Platinum Million Dollar Lender” by USDA Rural Development in 2014; and a Top Workplace by the Milwaukee Business Journal in 2014.
Inlanta Mortgage offers Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac agency products, as well as jumbo and portfolio programs. The company is an agency-approved lender for Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae, FHA/VA, FHA 203K and USDA. It also offers numerous state bond agency programs.


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