NMP Recognizes New American Funding as a Top Mortgage Employer
- Feb. 18, 2016
- Nicole Johnson
New American Funding today announces National Mortgage Professional (NMP) named them as one of the top 100 mortgage employers in the U.S. NMP polled readers about their employers, ranking the companies based on features such as compensation, marketing support, company culture, technology, innovation, and training resources.
New American Funding employees’ survey results earned the company a position on the list:
- Company culture: Rick and Patty Arvielo, New American Funding’s founders, have cultivated the small business, family feel by remaining involved in the company’s day-to-day operations and hosting events for employees, like an egg toss and pizza eating contest.
- Marketing: The company’s in-house marketing department directly supports its Loan Officers, focusing on targeting specific consumer markets to generate business.
- Technology: New American Funding operations include proprietary technologies, including its recent mobilization into a mobile app for Loan Officers called GoGo LO.
- Speed: New American Funding’s spirit of tech-driven efficiency and in-house operations allows on-time closing to the benefit of consumers, Loan Officers, and business partners
"The best part about working with New American Funding is to be part of such an admirable group of professionals, especially Patty and Rick Arvielo. The process flow and communication skills our PA’s and processors use are amazing and beats the competition. I love our family and Team atmosphere and feel blessed to be working for New American Funding for the past 5 years!" said Vina Guerrero, a loan consultant in Pasadena, CA.
New American Funding is a family-owned business, dedicated to helping other families and individuals improve their quality of living. The company is driven by making a positive impact on the communities they serve, and they empower employees to make a difference.
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