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New American Funding Names Jim Bromwell Mid-Atlantic Area Manager
Jan 31, 2019
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New American Funding has named Jim Bromwell Mid-Atlantic Area Manager for the Delaware; Maryland; New Jersey; Pennsylvania; and Washington, D.C. regions. Bromwell will be based in Newark, Del., where he will focus on further expanding the team with new Loan Originators to continue the company’s surging growth.
“I’m very excited to join New American Funding,” said Bromwell. “This is an ideal opportunity for me because New American Funding offers such a broad range of home loan options. Coupled with its innovative marketing tools and state-of-the-art technology, the company is a great place to be a Loan Officer today.”
A 23-year veteran of the housing industry, Bromwell began his tenure as a Real Estate Agent before moving to the lending side as a Broker. After eight years, he accepted a position as manager in the Mortgage Division of one of the country’s largest banks, where he remained for almost a decade. Four years ago, he transitioned to work exclusively in the Mortgage Banker space.
“When I sat down with senior leadership for the first time, I knew New American Funding would be a great fit,” Bromwell said. “Their vision for the company is so completely aligned with mine and their enthusiasm and commitment to growth are creating the exact culture I want to be a part of.”

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