December 9, 2022 – Movement Mortgage, the nation’s sixth-largest retail mortgage lender, is pleased to announce that Joe Cagno has joined the company as its newest Northern California market leader.
Cagno joins Movement Mortgage from First Bank Mortgage where he spent the last nine years as senior vice president, building and directing multimillion-dollar production teams. Early in his career as a loan officer over twenty-five years ago, Cagno spent many years among the top 1% in the nation for loan origination volume. As an industry veteran, he spent most of his career in senior leadership roles, with the majority of his career covering California. With a long history of working in both commercial banking and for privately held mortgage bankers, Cagno’s experience will help influence and drive change within the Northern California market.
Patty Trimble, Movement sales director, shared, “We are thrilled to have Joe join the team. Culturally, Joe is the perfect fit for Movement, as he truly believes in servant leadership and the development and growth of our loan originators. I am excited to see the impact Joe will have and how that leads to helping us continue to grow in the west.”
“I look forward to partnering with Patty Trimble and the whole team at Movement Mortgage,” said Cagno. He added, “Our movement of change goes beyond mortgages; we use a portion of profits to build schools in underserved communities. Helping children is a core driver in my life. I believe Movement Mortgage’s core values and culture align with my mission.”
About Movement Mortgage
Movement Mortgage exists to love and value people by leading a Movement of Change in its industry, corporate culture, and communities. Funding approximately $16 billion in loans annually, Movement is the sixth-largest retail mortgage lender in the U.S. Movement is best known for its innovative mortgage process and referable experience, which begins with upfront underwriting and a seven-day loan processing goal. The company employs more than 4,500 people, has more than 775 branches in the U.S. and is licensed in 50 states. After funding its balance sheet and investing in future growth, Movement’s profits are paid to its primary shareholder, the nonprofit Movement Foundation. To date, Movement Foundation has reinvested more than $60 million in schools, affordable housing, communities, and global outreach. For more information, visit, www.movement.com.