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New American Funding Appoints Chris Garza as Nevada Area Sales Manager

New American Funding, a national mortgage lender, has appointed Chris Garza to the position of Nevada Area Sales Manager. Chris will be utilizing his substantial mortgage industry background and retail management experience to help New American Funding achieve its growth expectations in the Nevada and Utah regions.    

Chris began his career with Barrington Capital Corporation where he subsequently became an owner of two branches – one in Nevada and one in Utah. He sold his operations to IndyMac Bank in 2007 and then joined the company as Branch Manager for two of its retail locations in the Las Vegas Valley.

Chris then assumed a position with Greystone Financial Group as its Director of Retail Operations and later had a stint with Wells Fargo Home Mortgage.  Chris joined Alterra Home Loans in 2010 as their Retail Sales Director and was eventually promoted to Vice President of Sales. Chris joined New American Funding in March of 2013.

“My goal is to help New American Funding become a powerhouse in retail operations in Nevada and Utah,” said Garza. “In order to accomplish this, my immediate focus will be on recruiting the most experienced  Loan Officers in the region so we can contribute profitable and sustainable growth for the company.“

In addition to his expansion goals for the company, Chris has been a staunch advocate for responsible home ownership and to make home buying opportunities more accessible to those who wish to pursue it.


About New American Funding

New American Funding is a Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae Direct Seller/Servicer, FHA Direct Endorsement – HUD Approved mortgage lender with approximately 700 employees and a servicing portfolio of over $2 billion.  The company is licensed in 24 states, funds over $400 million a month, and offers a variety of purchase home loan and refinance loan options, including, Conventional, FHA, Fixed Rate and Adjustable Rate Mortgages, VA, HARP 2.0 and Jumbo Loans.

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