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FHA Versus Conventional...

Mortgage loans are like power tools: You get the best results by using the right one for the job at hand. For many borrowers that may mean bypassing the conventional route to find the one that fits your budget today and is the least likely to cause financial stress in the future.  

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Company History

New American Funding, a national mortgage banker, was founded by Rick and Patty Arvielo in 2003. With Rick’s expertise in marketing and technology, and Patty’s extensive mortgage background, New American Funding quickly became one of the fastest growing mortgage bankers in the industry.

In 2006, New American Funding had grown by over 300%, and with this increase in workforce, the Arvielos were able to take the next step in their business plan and establish a Retail-Based Lending Division. The goal in establishing this division was to grow their presence in the purchase market. By seeking out top professionals in the industry and creating an environment that fosters healthy business-building partnerships amongst Loan Officers and Real Estate Agents, the division was fully established by 2010.

In March of 2011, the first New American Funding branch was opened in Aliso Viejo. By 2012 New American Funding branches had sprouted across the nation, serving the needs of the local communities and establishing strong partnerships with many local real estate agent offices. 

While New American Funding’s Retail-Based Lending Division was taking off, the Arvielos  felt it was time to respond to the needs of the newly re-energized mortgage brokers of the industry. In November of 2011 they launched their Wholesale Division.

With the history of immense success in establishing the Wholesale and Retail Divisions, the slow-but-hopeful come back of the new home construction industry, and the gaining of top leadership talent, the company confidently launched their Builder Division in November of 2012. The Builder Division allows  loan officers, borrowers, and builders the ability to work together throughout the new home construction loan process.

One of the biggest events in New American Funding history occurred in October of 2010 when the company became an approved Fannie Mae Seller/Servicer, allowing the company to offer borrowers government-backed loans.  In November of 2012, New American Funding became an approved Freddie Mac Seller/Servicer, and not long after, was also approved to be a Ginnie Mae Seller/Servicer.

Today, with well over 1,700 employees, nationwide branches, a servicing portfolio of $9 billion, and funding over $900 million per month, New American Funding is at the height of their game.