Rick & Patty Arvielo Named to 100 Most Influential Mortgage Executives List
- Jan. 10, 2014
- Nicole Johnson
New American Funding, a national mortgage banker, is pleased to announce owners Rick and Patty Arvielo have been named as two of the 100 Most Influential Mortgage Executives of the Year by Mortgage Executive Magazine. This selection comes on the heels of a very successful year for New American Funding.
Every year, Mortgage Executive Magazine presents their choices, by invitation only, of the top executives in America. Their selections are based on those executives who exude service, dedication, and hard work within their company and the mortgage industry. The Arvielo’s find themselves in company with CEO of the Year, Victor Ciardelli of Guranteed Rate and 2012 CEO of the Year Todd Salmans of PrimeLending.
“Both Myself and Patty are appreciative of being recognized as two of the Top 100 Most Influential Mortgage Executives,” stated CEO Rick Arvielo. “It’s an exciting time at New American Funding as well as in the mortgage industry. We look forward to the coming year, we’re going to be making some big news, as well as expanding our Retail Division into more states.”
Both Patty and Rick are staunch advocates for the Mortgage industry and both champion the cause for equal access to credit for homeownership. Rick with his involvement on the Residential Board of Governors with the MBA and Patty who sits on the Corporate Board of Governors for the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals.
In addition to making this list, President, Patty Arvielo has also been named as a speaker at the Mastermind 2014 Executive Summit. This executive symposium will discuss the critical issue and the direction of the industry as a whole. The event takes place June 4th in Las Vegas with Tony Robbins selected as this year’s Keynote speaker.
The company opened new branches in Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Texas and Washington in 2013 and 2014 will continue to see immense growth from New American Funding with branch openings in Utah and Missouri on the horizon. The mortgage lender is also taking great strides to build relationships and cater to the builder community, recognizing the many opportunities in that sector.