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New American Funding Wins Six Stevie American Business Awards

New American Funding, a national leader in the mortgage industry, has won six Stevie® American Business Awards®, including three gold, one silver, and two bronze from the 19th annual American Business Awards, the premier U.S. business awards program. The company has won 33 American Business Awards since 2016.

Judges selected the mortgage lender a winner in the following categories:


  • Rick Arvielo - Maverick of the Year – Consumer Services
  • Patty Arvielo - Woman of the Year – Consumer Services
  • Company of the Year – Consumer Services


  • Fastest Growing Company of the Year – 2,500 or More Employees


  • Marketing Department of the Year – Marketing Professional
  • Jessica Gonzalez - Marketer of the Year

Despite the pandemic, the innovative husband-and-wife team of CEO Rick Arvielo and President Patty Arvielo, led New American Funding to a record-breaking year. Supported with a full-scale marketing team to provide Loan Officers the tools they need to build their business, the company doubled its loan volume from 2019 and originated $30.5 billion in mortgages, while breaking its own lending records each month of the year.

To manage the surge in business, the company hired 2,776 new employees in 2020, pushing its total workforce beyond 4,700. The company now has over 5,000 employees and 186 total locations, including 179 branches and seven call centers.

Throughout its expansion, New American Funding continues to build a culture of diversity and inclusion. The company recruits from a wide talent pool and carefully cultivates key opportunities through mentorships. As a result, the company continues to have one of the most diverse workforces in the entire country today with potential for growth and advancement. Its current workforce is made up of 61% women, 45% minorities, and 38% millennials.

To learn more about New American Funding’s career opportunities, visit their careers page.

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