Tim Whittier Named President Of First Home Mortgage

Tim Whittier has been named president of First Home Mortgage, the lender announced in a press release.

“I am honored to step into the role of President at First Home Mortgage. Since joining the company, I have been impressed by our blend of extensive support, cutting-edge technology, vast resources, and the agility of a smaller organization,” he said.

“I am committed to preserving our structure and swift decision-making processes, which have been key to our success. Open communication and collaboration are vital, and I am dedicated to fostering an environment where every voice is heard. I look forward to working closely with our clients, partners, and team members to achieve even greater heights.”

Whittier, who began his career in 1992, brings decades of mortgage banking experience to the position. He has worked in every aspect of the industry, including assistant, loan officer, builder manager, branch manager, and regional manager. 

He spent 17 years at National City Mortgage and joined First Home in 2009.

He previously served as President of the Board of Governors for the Mortgage Bankers Association of Metropolitan Washington (MBA/MW).

With his extensive experience, deep knowledge, and the high regard of his peers, Tim is poised to achieve remarkable success in this role. I am confident that he will uphold and advance our steadfast commitment to excellence and integrity in all our endeavors,” David Waters, CEO and Founder of First Home Mortgage, commented.

First Home Mortgage is a licensed, full-service residential lender with 29 offices serving 21 states in the Northeastern, Mid-Atlantic, and Southern regions. It was recognized by the Scotsman Guide in 2023 as a top 50 lender nationally by total volume.

Earlier this year, the lender announced a program allowing qualifying buyers to purchase a home with 3% equity but only a 1% down payment.

It also opened a new branch in Bethesda, MD, overseen by Chris Channell, a Scotsman Guide Top Originator.