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New American Funding Opens New Arizona Branch
Jul 17, 2015
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New American Funding has announced the opening of their Tucson, Ariz. location. The new branch will provide mortgage services to consumers and real estate agents, offering a wide array of home purchase loans in Tucson and surrounding areas of Southern Arizona. New American Funding’s will be led by Branch Manager Frank Ceizyk, a Tucson native with 22 years of experience in the mortgage industry.

“I feel honored to help members of this community achieve and maintain homeownership. We’re like a family here in Tucson. We value our diverse roots and our ties to this land just as much we value our future here,” said Ceizyk, “New American Funding’s arrival in this area couldn’t come at a better time. The programs and resources combined with New American Funding’s mission, 'Commitment to Integrity and Efficient Lending' will provide new opportunities to meet the needs of real estate partners, and better serve current and aspiring homeowners.”

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