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Wingspan has carefully assembled a world-class executive management team with a diverse and comprehensive mortgage servicing background in loan servicing, loss mitigation, business process outsourcing, and information technology. With more than 250 years of combined experience, the executive team has a comprehensive background working with delinquent loans, special servicing and collections operations. Listed below is a brief bio on the Founder, CEO and President of Wingspan, Steven Horne.
Steven Horne brings a wealth of mortgage servicing experience to clients. He is a career-long expert in creating and executing strategies to mitigate losses in real estate portfolios of all types, with a specialized concentration in managing the most challenging assets.
Horne has an impressive track record in this unique and highly specialized area, having pioneered a number of the concepts and strategies used in the Wingspan methodology for converting defaulted loans into re-performing loans, saving borrowers and lenders alike from the lengthy and painful process of foreclosure.
Previously, Horne was director of servicing risk strategy with Fannie Mae where he restructured the National Servicing Organization and redesigned servicer performance reporting and legal services management. Prior to Fannie, he spent nine years as a partner with Sherman Financial Group and was executive vice president of Sherman’s servicing affiliate, Resurgent Capital Services. During his nine years at Sherman he built three of the firm’s most successful business lines, including a unit that purchased and resolved portfolios of delinquent mortgage loans. Steve founded and was former president of MSV, former director of default servicing for Ocwen Financial, RTC supervising attorney for numerous asset management contractors, and an attorney with the Washington, DC law firm of Frank, Bernstein, Conaway & Goldman.
He holds a JD from George Washington University and bachelor degrees in English and Economics from Emory University. He is admitted to the bar in Virginia, Maryland, and the District of Columbia.