Arbor Adds Two New Originators in Philadelphia and Birmingham, Ala.
- Apr 11, 2012
Uniondale, N.Y.—Arbor Commercial Mortgage LLC (Arbor), a direct commercial real estate lender originating on a national basis, has expanded its multifamily loan origination capabilities again with the appointment of two experienced originators in the company’s Philadelphia and Birmingham, Ala., offices.
Phillip Gause was appointed as Director in Arbor’s Philadelphia office, while Vincent Langan was appointed as Director in the company’s Birmingham, Ala., office. Both are responsible for originating loans nationwide using Arbor’s complete multifamily product portfolio with a special focus on Fannie Mae DUS®, Federal Housing Administration (FHA) and bridge loan transactions. They report to Ken Fazio, Senior Vice President, National Production Manager.
Gause has eight years of diversified experience in the commercial real estate finance business. Prior to joining Arbor, Gause was a client manager with J.P. Morgan Chase Bank. While with J.P. Morgan Chase, Gause was responsible for creating and maintaining long-term sponsor-based commercial real estate lending relationships within the Philadelphia area with a specific focus on multifamily and mixed-use assets.
Previous to that role, Gause began his professional career with Washington Mutual Bank, starting as a Loan Consultant before rapidly rising to the level of a Senior Loan Consultant originating financing through Fannie Mae DUS®, CMBS and portfolio product lines across several asset classes within the Northeast region.
Langan has a decade of diversified experience in the commercial real estate business. Prior to joining Arbor, Langan was assistant vice president of Beech Street Capital’s loan origination office in Birmingham. At Beech Street Capital, Langan focused on the origination of debt for multifamily properties, manufactured home communities, self-storage facilities and office and retail properties.
Previous to that role, Langan’s expertise in loan structuring, underwriting, valuation as well as investment and finance analytics was evidenced through his seven years with GMAC Commercial Mortgage, Capmark Finance and Berkadia Commercial Mortgage.