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New American Funding Appoints Ryan Shultz as Branch Manager of its Glendora Office

New American Funding, a national mortgage lender, has appointed Ryan Shultz as the Branch Manager of its new Glendora, California office. He will be utilizing his impressive loan background and management experience to help New American Funding achieve its growth expectations in the San Gabriel Valley.

Ryan has been in the mortgage industry for fourteen years.  He began his career at IndyMac Bank as a Call Center Loan Officer. When the company decided to establish branch operations, Ryan transitioned into the Retail Lending department. He soon became responsible for lending in the San Gabriel Valley where he was the sole Loan Officer for seven branches.  In that capacity, Ryan was awarded IndyMac's Retail Loan Officer of the Year for four years in a row.   

Ryan next joined Prospect Mortgage where he distinguished himself by earning entrance into the President's Club (top 100) for five years in a row. In his last two years, he achieved the ranks of the Diamond Club (top 35 Loan Officers).

Ryan joined New American Funding in January, 2013 as a Sales Manager and in March of this year, he was appointed Branch Manager of its Glendora office.

"I grew up in Glendora. It's my home and now it's where I raise my kids," said Shultz. "Because I'm an active member of this community, it's very important to me to do all that I can to help people prosper. My main goal is to get new families into homes and to offer my existing clients the best possible products and services available. New American Funding allows me to accomplish that."


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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