U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)
Daniel Rogers, III is the Director of HUD/FHA’s Atlanta Homeownership Center (HOC). Serving in this role since January 2009, he is responsible for the oversight, promotion and utilization of the Federal Housing Administration’s (FHA) Single Family-Family Programs. He manages FHA’s Operations/Customer Service, Processing and Underwriting, Program Support, Real Estate Owned and Quality Assurance Division activities. The Atlanta HOC’s jurisdiction covers the Southeast/Caribbean, and the States of Indiana and Illinois; which is comprised of 10 States and the Commonwealth’s of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Daniel moved to Atlanta in 1997 to serve as the Atlanta Processing and Underwriting Division Director. Upon creation of the HOC in 1998, he became the Deputy Director responsible for the HOC’s day to day operations.
Prior to Atlanta, he worked in the Orlando Field Office, serving in several management positions, including Chief of Mortgage Credit, Asset Management, Production and Real Estate Owned Divisions.
In 1986 his HUD career began as an Underwriter in Birmingham Field Office. Prior to joining the Department, he worked at a leading law firm in Birmingham, Alabama.