New American Funding, a Direct Lender located in Orange County, CA launched their new retail mortgage website www.newamericanfunding.com
. The new site is part of the company’s effort to grow their web presence while educating consumers on the home loan process.
The mortgage banker’s website was designed and built to focus on consumers seeking out home loan information. The site is heavily content driven, providing material that consumers look for when considering buying or refinance a home. The home loan lender recognizes the benefit of educating consumers on mortgage related topics including home financing options, documents necessary to get a home loan, industry jargon, and what to look for in a mortgage lender.
Acknowledging that consumers today search the web to validate a company’s credibility and trustworthiness, the direct mortgage lender has dedicated an entire section of the site to pertinent company information, including the company’s mission statement and values, history, executive leadership profiles and career opportunities. The site also highlights recent news and press surrounding the company.
Another feature that will benefit consumers is the site’s video library – it features educational mortgage videos and customer testimonials from those that have received a home loan from New American Funding.
As the site continues to be developed, the direct lender plans to provide more content, including first time homebuyer guides, comparisons of different loan options, mortgage calculators, educational videos related to the home loan process and additional customer testimonials. The company will also create content for real estate agents interested in their Preferred Realtor Network. For the time being, the direct lender offers real estate agents the option to contact them for more information about the program.
About New American Funding
New American Funding is a Fannie Mae Seller/Servicer, FHA Direct Endorsement – HUD Approved, and VA Automatic mortgage lender with over 300 employees. The company is licensed in 21 states across the nation and offers a variety of home loan options, including FHA, Conventional, VA, Jumbo and Reverse Mortgages.