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New American Funding Names Eric Glick Southeast Region Manager
Dec 14, 2018
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New American Funding has announced that Eric Glick has joined the company as Area Manager for the Southeastern region, covering the Georgia, South Carolina and Jacksonville regions. The top-producing Loan Originator will be based in his hometown of Savannah, Georgia, as he focuses on expanding his already impressive record of empowering clients with diverse home loan options and industry-leading close times.
“I’m honored to be joining New American Funding,” said Glick. “I’ve been long impressed with the quality and depth of the marketing support, the state-of-the art technology and I feel the culture and leadership align with my approach.”
Kelly Allison, VP of the Southeast Division for New American Funding, said, “I’m excited to welcome Eric Glick to the New American Funding Southeast team. Eric has an impressive track record as a top producer nationwide. His passion for the American dream is even more impressive. Eric is building communities through homeownership and this makes him a great fit for New American Funding. I know that with his focus, drive and commitment coupled with our technology, marketing and operations platforms, the sky’s the limit. So proud to have his leadership and vision on the Southeast team!”

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