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Scotsman Guide Ranks New American Funding a Top Mortgage Lender

Rising through the ranks, New American Funding has been rated as a top mortgage lender on Scotsman Guide’s Top Mortgage Lenders List.  Moving up from its #10 ranking in 2018, the company ranked #8 in Retail Volume, #5 in Non-Qualified Mortgage (Non-QM) Volume, and #17 in Total Dollar Volume for 2019. This is the 8th consecutive year the company has been included on the industry’s premier list.

Scotsman Guide, the leading resource for mortgage originators, created its 8th annual listing based on comprehensive, verified 2019 loan data of the nation's top-producing mortgage companies.

To view complete rankings, visit Scotsman Guide.

“We are proud to be ranked as one of the nation’s top mortgage lenders by Scotsman Guide,” said CEO Rick Arvielo. “Our employees work tirelessly to deliver an outstanding loan experience in the hopes of helping more families to access credit and to achieve the American dream of homeownership. Over 108,000 online customer reviews really help tell our story.”

Of particular note is the company’s Non-QM program that provides a unique option for those who are self-employed, have non-traditional incomes or have assets and no income.

Among the company’s 2019 highlights:

  • Generated more than $15.4 billion in loan volume

  • Funded 57,927 loans

  • Added more than 60 retail branches and over 1000 employees

  • Received 31,000+ positive online reviews

Such notable rankings add to the lender’s recent achievements that include:

  • International Torch Award for Ethics by Better Business Bureau—the first independent mortgage lender to win the honor

  • Fortune’s Best Workplaces for Financial Services and Insurance, Millennials and Women

  • Best Mortgage Companies to Work for by National Mortgage News and Best Companies Group

For those interested in the newest career opportunities at New American Funding, visit their career page to learn more!

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