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New American Funding Honored as Top Workplace in Atlanta

New American Funding, one of the nation’s largest independent mortgage companies, is proud to announce that it was named one of the best places to work in Atlanta.

The mortgage lender is among the winners of the 11th Annual Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Top Workplaces Awards, ranking #13 out of 70 companies in the mid-sized category. New American Funding was one of 175 companies honored out of more than 3,000 companies that were nominated or asked to participate in the competition.

The award is based on surveys of employees, who are asked for their views on workplace culture, company leadership, pay, benefits, training, and more.

New American Funding has several locations in the Atlanta, all of which are home to mortgage professionals who dedicate their lives to helping individuals and families through the home loan process.

“Our entire team is grateful to be named one of the best workplaces in Atlanta,” Southeast Division Vice President Kelly Allison said. “It’s a testament to the culture we’ve worked hard to build and maintain, one built on serving our customers and supporting each other.”

New American Funding is consistently recognized as a top nationwide employer. In the last year, FORTUNE and Great Place to Work® named the company a Best Workplace in Financial Services & Insurance, a Best Workplace for Women, and a Best Workplace for Millennials.

“We are incredibly proud of our Atlanta team and our Southeast Division,” Co-Founder and CEO Rick Arvielo said. “They work tirelessly to enable Atlanta borrowers to build generational wealth through homeownership and we’re honored to call them teammates.”

The company has hundreds of open positions nationwide, including in Atlanta, and many remote career opportunities. The company offers an award-winning culture, advancement opportunities, career training, high-level mentoring, competitive benefits packages, and signing bonuses for certain positions.

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