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New American Funding Opens New Branch in Clayton, Missouri

New American Funding, a leader in the mortgage industry, is continuing its Midwest expansion with the grand opening of another Missouri location. This newest branch will be in Clayton, Missouri, and will celebrate with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, July 20, 2017, at 4 P.M. CST.

The branch will be a full-service home loan provider located at 8000 Maryland Ave., Suite 1250, Clayton, MO. This retail location will meet the needs of local mortgage consumers by offering a complete spectrum of purchase and refinance options with a special concentration on the jumbo loan market.

Brandon and Megan Smith will be Co-Branch Managers for Clayton, collectively bringing 20 years of experience in the mortgage industry to this location. Most recently Megan was a top-producing originator with an independent mortgage company while Brandon has been with New American Funding since 2014 as a Senior Mortgage Banker. Jointly, they’ll work to increase loan volume and build a sales team.

“New American Funding has a strong operational system and second-to-none technology that make it easier for originators to close loans and provide excellent customer service,” said Megan. “I’ve truly found my home.”

“The people make the difference,” said Brandon. “New American Funding’s culture of helping one another is unlike anything I’ve ever seen. We’re eager to take this opportunity and grow the region.”

The housing demand, along with Clayton’s demographic, presented an ideal opportunity for market expansion. “We’re excited to have Brandon and Megan leading the charge in Clayton,” said Hamid Hamrah, Regional VP. “They’re both extremely talented professionals who have extensive mortgage knowledge and they’re well connected in the community.”

The company has additional locations in Lee’s Summit, Nixa, St. Louis, and St. Robert. For more information about this grand opening celebration, contact Megan Smith at (314) 221-6219 or

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