Moat cites networking benefits of Ad Hoc

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PARKERSBURG – A mortgage officer with Huntington Bank has been named chairman of the Parkersburg Ad Hoc Committee, an industry-outreach group sponsored by the West Virginia Housing Development Fund. Thomas Moat, who works in Huntington’s Parkersburg office, was named to his post during a recent Ad Hoc meeting.
“We’re excited Tom is going to chair our Ad Hoc committee,” said Erica Boggess, the Fund’s Acting Executive Director. “He brings a wealth of experience and enthusiasm to this post and we know he’ll do a great job.”
Moat has been working in the mortgage lending industry for more than a decade. He’s been with Huntington for two years and has a unique understanding of the market in that area of the state. Boggess also noted his work with the real estate community, citing his long-standing affiliation with the Education Committee for the Parkersburg Area Association of Realtors.
The Ad Hoc Committee, which hosts meetings in Charleston, Clarksburg, Parkersburg and Martinsburg, is a group of professionals from across the housing industry who meet regularly to share ideas, network, learn more about Fund programs and take part in educational forums. Members include lenders, builders, realtors, appraisers, attorneys, non-profits, association members and government agencies.
“The Ad Hoc Committee is a great opportunity to network and discuss issues affecting the housing and mortgage industries,” Moat said. “It’s not just for lenders or bankers. Anyone who works in any aspect of housing – from Realtors to inspectors to attorneys – is welcome.”
Moat lives in Vienna with his wife Jessica and their son Caden.
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