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New American Funding Strengthens Its Southeastern Presence With New Georgia Branch

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Sep 26, 2017
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New American Funding has announced the opening of a new branch in Kennesaw, Ga.
 
“We have an awesome portfolio of niche products that provides our homebuyers with options,” said Branch Manager Kim Arrington, who will oversee the new Kennesaw branch. “Our skilled staff handles everything in house, giving our customers the reassurance that they have a local team working on their side. We’re committed to making the loan process a remarkable experience they won’t find anywhere else.”
 
Arrington is a 15-year veteran of the mortgage industry and has been with New American Funding since 2016 as a top-performing Loan Originator. Earlier this year, she was named to the company’s President’s Council, an elite class of high-achieving originators nationwide. She’s also an industry expert, who has been featured on Atlanta’s Best New Homes TV.
 
“New American Funding is honored to serve the Kennesaw market,” said Kelly Allison, Southeast Divisional VP for New American Funding. “We look forward to supporting homebuyers, real estate agents, and builders to enhance the growth and prosperity of Cobb County.”

 
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