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New American Funding Win Twice in NerdWallet's 2019 Best-Of Awards

In NerdWallet’s annual Best-Of Awards program, which highlights the top financial companies and products nationwide, the personal finance website has named New American Funding as a 2019 two-time winner. The mortgage-industry leader has scored one of the awards in the category of Best Mortgage Lender for Purchase Loans and Best Mortgage Lender for FHA Loans.

“Being honored for the second year in a row by NerdWallet is an achievement that our team and partners can be exceptionally proud of,” said Rick Arvielo, CEO of New American Funding. “While accolades are not what drive us to be the very best mortgage lender, NerdWallet has validated the hard work that goes into providing our clients and consumers with industry-leading loan products and service. We thank NerdWallet for ranking New American Funding as one of the elites.”

To see if you qualify for a loan, please visit: New American Funding’s Website

This is the fourth year NerdWallet has researched dozens of financial products across multiple verticals in order to help consumers make confident financial decisions. More than 40 of NerdWallet’s personal finance experts on its editorial team spent hundreds of hours researching and comparing to find the “best of the best” financial products for consumers in 2019. New American Funding again made that list.

“Being honored in NerdWallet’s Best-of Awards is a tremendous way to kick off 2019,” said Patty Arvielo, President of New American Funding. “We thank NerdWallet CEO Tim Chen and his editorial team for recognizing us as one of the top financial institutions that provide exemplary products and services. While it’s a thrill to win one of the top awards in the category of Best Mortgage Lender for Purchase Loans as well as Best Mortgage Lender for FHA Loans, we will continue to be forward-thinking and customer-focused.”

Due to its excellent customer service, New American Funding has received more than 50,800 positive reviews through SocialSurvey, more than 6,000 5-star Zillow reviews, and it has an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

To visit NerdWallet’s complete Best-Of winners list, click here.

 

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