San Diego-based ReverseVision, a provider of software and technology for the reverse mortgage industry, has announced that industry educator Dan Hultquist has been hired as director of learning and development.
In his new role with ReverseVision, Hultquist will use his experience in loan origination to work with retirement advisors to help ReverseVision provide the industry with a range of products, financial tools, and educational techniques, thus ultimately driving volume growth.
“Dan comes armed with unparalleled product knowledge and extensive field experience,” said John Button, CEO of ReverseVision. “This unique combination makes Dan the perfect resource to spearhead several upcoming ReverseVision initiatives that will provide assistance to reverse mortgage lenders and brokers nationwide.”
Hultquist is a certified reverse mortgage professional (CRMP). His experience in the industry includes serving as co-chair for the education committee for the National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association (NRMLA) and authoring a book, “Understanding Reverse,” which answers the top questions he received as a reverse mortgage trainer with a focus on the point of sale.
His most recent position was with Austin, Texas-based lender Open Mortgage as a reverse mortgage training manager, where he developed reverse mortgage training materials and conducted monthly compliance training using a custom learning management platform. Hultquist also originated loans as a branch manager for Open Mortgage.
“I’ve been blessed to work for outstanding reverse mortgage lenders, like Open Mortgage, who understood the value of reverse mortgage training and supported my commitment to industry-wide education,” said Hultquist. “Returning to loan origination gave me a renewed appreciation for the work done by field professionals every day. But after wearing two hats for the past couple of years, I’m ready to focus my energies on what I love best: education. This opportunity with ReverseVision gives me the perfect platform for pursuing this passion and positively impacting our industry.”