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How New American Funding Honors and Serves Veterans

Honors and Serves Veterans

Serving your country in the military is one of the noblest things a person can do. New American Funding appreciates military servicemembers and veterans and is proud to honor and serve them by helping with their home loan journey.

Our company also knows that there is no one better suited to help a servicemember or veteran with a home loan than a fellow veteran.

That’s why New American Funding is proud to have created an environment and culture that welcomes this nation’s veterans into its workforce with open arms.

New American Funding has long believed in honoring veterans by aiding their transition into civilian life and helping them build a career in the mortgage business.

Welcoming veterans into the New American Funding family

New American Funding views itself as one giant family, and veterans who are currently part of New American Funding’s workforce say they feel that way as well.

Our veterans tell us that one similarity between serving in the military and working at New American Funding is the camaraderie. At New American Funding, our team looks out for one another, respects each other, and enjoys working together.

Our team knows that the mission of helping our borrowers with their mortgage comes first.

New American Funding knows that those values are shared by veterans. That’s why the company is always looking to bring veterans into its family.

New American Funding recognizes that transitioning out of the military can be difficult and the company works hard to ease that transition.

New American Funding supports veterans transitioning from military service to the mortgage business by providing all new team members with an in-house mortgage playbook, mentorship, and career training. The company’s veteran employees say that coming to work at New American Funding is rewarding and helped them make the transition successfully.

We provide our team members with a supportive team who they can rely on to prioritize their needs and get the job done.

Veterans who join New American Funding soon learn that the mortgage business is an honorable one where they can help families become homeowners. Being able to help families own homes is dynamic and important work.

Once they are part of the New American Funding family, veterans who become loan officers soon see that the company supports them by providing the resources they need so they can hit the ground running in a job that offers unlimited income potential.

To succeed in the mortgage business, a person needs to be resilient, entrepreneurial, team-focused, driven, selfless, and competitive; qualities that are found in all our veteran team members.

Having a sense of service is also essential to working in the mortgage business, which our veteran employees clearly know and understand. They stand ready to help individuals and families, whether they are veterans or not, with their home purchase or refinance.

We also help veterans and servicemembers when it comes time for them to buy a home or refinance.

Helping veterans and servicemembers with their mortgage

New American Funding is full of mortgage professionals with experience on VA loans, which are loans guaranteed by the Department of Veterans Affairs.

VA loans are available exclusively to active duty military, veterans, and their families. VA loans generally offer lower interest rates and better terms than conventional mortgages.

VA home loans are issued by private lenders such as banks and mortgage companies and are guaranteed against default in case the borrower or a future owner is unable to repay the loan. 

VA loans do not require a down payment, come with no monthly mortgage insurance premiums, often have lower interest rates than conventional loan programs, and offer no prepayment penalty, which means VA borrowers can refinance without any penalty.

To read much more about VA loans, click here.

Veterans who are interested in joining the New American Funding family can click here for more information.

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