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Landsea Homes Announces Launch Of Landsea Mortgage

Keith Griffin
Jul 12, 2022
Landsea Homes

Home builder will partner with NFM Lending to deliver mortgages.

Landsea Homes Corporation, a publicly traded residential home builder, announced the launch of Landsea Mortgage powered by NFM Lending, a multi-state residential mortgage lender.

“The launch of Landsea Mortgage gives our valued Landsea Homes customers the opportunity to enjoy a streamlined and full-service loan process with superior customer service,” said Mike Forsum, president and chief operating officer of Landsea Homes. “We believe Landsea Mortgage will offer vital support in the homebuying process for our customers.” 

NFM Lending is currently licensed in 48 states and will be responsible for the financing of home loans. The Landsea Mortgage lending team will continue to provide their expertise and guidance during the new home financing process and will work closely with Landsea Homes sales and construction teams to coordinate the entire process, from pre-qualification to closing. Homebuyers can expect highly competitive rates and a diverse selection of home loans from Landsea Mortgage.

“Landsea Homes is a premier homebuilder, and we’re excited to continue our partnership with them to provide unrivaled and top-level service for homebuyers across the country,” said Ryan Sandell, Western Division President, NFM Lending.

The Newport Beach-based home builder saw a historical year of transformation after going public by exceeding the $1 billion revenue mark, acquiring Hanover Family Builders, expanding into the Texas and Florida markets, and completing 1,640 closings. The culmination of these efforts resulted in Landsea Homes rising to number 47 on the coveted Builder 100 list and winning the Builder of the Year honor from Builder Magazine.

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