National mortgage banker, New American Funding, announced the graduation of seven Customer Service Representatives from their Loan Officer Certification Program, NAF University.
The goal of the Loan Officer Certification program, established last year, is to help ambitious and eager individuals start their professional careers in the mortgage industry. Mortgage experience isn’t necessary to be selected for the program, as New American Funding is more focused on choosing candidates that demonstrate a positive, driven attitude and fit with the company culture. Because the mortgage banker believes in the importance of promoting from within, they recognize that those selected from the program represent the future of the company.
The seven graduates completed the six month long training program consisting of extensive training broken down into two phases: the first phase covers loan products and customer service excellence, while the second dives into technology and industry compliance. To graduate from the program, one must pass the Federal and State exams required to get their NMLS and obtain state licensing in a minimum of four states. Trainees receive two to four hours of hands-on training every day.
New American Funding is expanding its Tustin, Inland Empire and San Diego locations. Next month they will be hosting a job fair at their headquarters in Tustin and welcome all mortgage industry professionals to attend to learn more about New American Funding.
For more information about the job fair please call 877-478-5476 or email email@example.com.
About New American Funding
New American Funding is a Fannie Mae Direct Seller/Servicer, a Freddie Mac Direct Seller/Servicer, FHA Direct Endorsement – HUD Approved, and VA Automatic mortgage lender with approximately 600 employees. The company is licensed in 20 states, funds over $400 million a month, and offers a variety of purchase home loan and refinance loan options, including, Conventional, FHA, Fixed Rate and Adjustable Rate Mortgages, VA, HARP 2.0 and Jumbo Loans. It has a total servicing portfolio of over $1.5 billion.