BISMARCK, ND – North Dakota Housing Finance Agency (NDHFA) has promoted Kim Becker and Terri Mollman to leadership positions in its homeownership division. The state agency offers homebuyer education, affordable home financing, and down payment and closing costs assistance to low- to moderate-income households, primarily first-time homebuyers, to help them become successful homeowners.
“We are excited to have Kim and Terri take on new roles at the agency,” said Dave Flohr, NDHFA executive director. “They are both dedicated, hardworking members of our team and will do a great job in their new positions.”
Becker was promoted to the position of homeownership program coordinator in May. An NDHFA employee for more than 30 years, she previously served as a program specialist. She now manages the origination staff and oversees the purchase of loans from the agency’s private sector partners.
Mollman begins as the servicing department coordinator in July. She also previously served as a program specialist. Mollman has been with NDHFA for three years. In her new role, she will manage the servicing staff and the needs of the agency’s more than 11,000 borrowers.
Becker replaces Dean Melgaard, who retired in April. Mollman replaces Brandon Dettlaff, who was named NDHFA’s homeownership division director in June.
The commission, consisting of Governor Doug Burgum as chairman, Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring and Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem, oversees NDHFA.