Senior Loan Officer and Executive Vice President
As Executive Vice President of MVB Mortgage I have the unique opportunity to find the financing solutions that best meet my clients needs, as well as to guide all of the MVB Mortgage loan officers to do the same for their clients. It’s truly a most rewarding role to play.
Having been in the mortgage industry since 1985 and experienced nearly every aspect of this business, I am still excited about the challenges and encouraged at each opportunity to help my customers make their dreams of homeownership come true.
My wife, Holly and I reside in Centreville, Virginia with our four children; two of whom are currently attending college at The University of Colorado and James Madison University (my alma mater). My family and I enjoy the many opportunities that the DC Metro area affords us. From sporting events and concerts, to museums and local community festivals, this area is a wonderfully diverse place to raise a family, or even retire within – the excitement never stops!
Morgan Hood, Loan Officer
I grew up in Loudoun County, Virginia and it’s hard for me to imagine calling any other place my home. I love the diverse people and activities that make life in the DC Metro area so interesting. While pursuing a bachelor’s degree in English from George Mason University, I entered the mortgage industry and haven’t looked back since. The ever changing financial environment mixed with the satisfaction of truly helping customers with one of the biggest financial decisions of their lives makes my job truly rewarding.
Working with Pete Cameron and our team at MVB Mortgage, I feel like I could not have a more knowledgeable or experienced group behind me. Together we support our clients, each of whom have unique stories and needs, and I have developed a desire to continue to help people reach their dreams of home ownership long into the future.
What people are saying about Morgan:
Jackie Diner, MVB customer – “Morgan was fantastic and I would not have been able to go through this process without her.”