Swansea, IL Mortgage Lenders

Swansea

388 Reviews

4505 N. Illinois St., Ste. 5, Swansea, IL 62226

(618) 216-1288

MPA 5-Star Retail Lender
Your New American Mortgage Starts Here

New American Funding – Swansea provides informed advice and mortgage lending services to homeowners and future homeowners. Swansea mortgage lenders takes their lead from our founders and owners Rick and Patty Arvielo who are passionate about helping homebuyers in the Swansea community and across the country realize their dream of home ownership.


Our dedicated team is proud to serve the people of Swansea, IL as a reliable mortgage bank from the loan origination stage to the actual funding. We serve clients of all backgrounds and believe Swansea is better off as a whole when more people purchase homes here and contribute to the fabric of our neighborhoods.


Come see what makes our elite Swansea team of underwriters and funders some of the best in the business at closing loans quickly and offering customer’s a positive experience.



You're In Good Hands!

4.94/5.0
Based on 388 reviews

Cole D. of New Athens, IL for Jody Talick

Transaction Completed: 11/24/2021

Communication was great. Jody answered any and all question I had. She made the whole process seem very easy.

Paula S. of East St Louis, IL for Jody Talick

Transaction Completed: 11/23/2021

I was encouraged to look for what I really wanted in a home and to ask questions if I didn't understand something!

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When Should I Lock in My Mortgage Rate? Image

posted 11/25/2021 Brian Harris Home Loans
For most people, buying a home is their most important purchase decision, if not their largest. So, when it comes to the question “when should I lock in my mortgage rate?”, it’s critical to make an informed decision.

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Housing Starts Slowed in October as Supply Chain Issues Persist Image

posted 11/19/2021 Ben Lane Mortgage News
Construction of new single-family homes is up in 2021 compared to last year, but a new report shows that construction could be even higher than it is now if supply was able to keep up with demand.

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