Your New American Mortgage Starts Here
New American Funding, Porter Ranch, began operation in October of 2014. Conveniently located in the Whole Foods Shopping Center on the corner of Tampa and Rinaldi, this branch is built by an incredible group of individuals in this industry, all committed to great work at a fair price and a product mix, second to none.
Hovik Shahinian (Branch Manager), and Michael Moseby average more than 20 years of experience in mortgage lending in the Los Angeles area. Each of our stakeholders has a particular specialty which means great options for our Real Estate Agents and the customers we serve. Everything from Down Payment Assistance to Super Jumbo Financing and almost every product in between can be found under one roof with decision makers on site to ensure a fast, hassle free, and efficient process. In addition, we are fluent in English, Armenian, Spanish, Arabic, Tagalog, and a hint of Farsi. We are stronger because of our Diversity and proud of the great work we do as a team month in and month out!
Our team is known for excellent service and an outstanding array of home loan programs including: FHA, VA, Conventional, Reverse, Renovation, and Jumbo Loans. Our passion is to provide our clients with a 14 Business-Day Close Guarantee, DPA, process and underwriting all Loans In-House, and providing our clients and Real Estate partners a Fast and Easy Home Loan Process. Our team work is what makes us strong and allows us to continually deliver excellent customer service.
Over a decade ago, New American Funding began with a clear vision and a plan for gradual, but steady expansion. With over a century of combined lending experience amongst our management team, a vast array of loan products and an emphatic commitment to superior customer service, the company has grown over 660% since 2008.
Today New American Funding is a Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and Ginnie Mae Direct Seller/Servicer, FHA Direct Endorsement – HUD Approved mortgage lender. We have about 2,800 employees, are licensed in multiple states, and fund approximately $980 million in home loans every month.