Items Tagged with 'Patty Arvielo'

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  • From HW Magazine

    Dream Team: How the Arvielos are leading New American Funding to record growth

    Q&A with Rick and Patty Arvielo
    The first thing you notice about New American Funding's Rick and Patty Arvielo is how much they like each other. That might seem like a foregone conclusion when you meet a married couple, but when that couple also runs an incredibly successful business together, I imagine it could get complicated. Read on to find out more about how this successful couple manages their life, and business, together.
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  • From HW Magazine

    2018 Women of Influence: Patty Arvielo

    President and Co-Founder at New American Funding
    Patty Arvielo, president and co-founder of New American Funding, is a force of nature, steering her company onward and upward as she manages operations and sales for the company. Committed to promoting sustainable Hispanic homeownership, Arvielo has worked to transform New American Funding into a national mortgage lender and servicer that funded approximately $900 million in home loans per month in 2017, with a current servicing portfolio of $23 billion.
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    New American Funding

    New American Funding fuels growth with technology innovation

    Focuses on underserved borrower populations
    For New American Funding, 2017 was a banner year. In a time when some lenders saw contraction, New American Funding opened 31 branches and hired more than 1,000 new employees, including 330 outside loan officers. In addition, the company funded approximately $900 million in home loans per month and grew its servicing portfolio to $22 billion.
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  • From HW Magazine

    2017 HW Vanguard: Patty Arvielo

    President of New American Funding
    As president of New American Funding, Patty Arvielo maintains a well-recognized leadership role in real estate and mortgage lending. She continues to originate, booking millions in home loans each month on her own, while managing operations and sales for the company’s headquarters.
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  • From HW Magazine

    2017 Women of Influence: Patty Arvielo

    President and Co-Founder of New American Funding
    As president and co-founder of New American Funding, Patty Arvielo leads more than 2,300 individuals operating 130 branches across the nation and funding more than $1 billion in home loans each month. As an activist for women and minorities, Arvielo is on MBA’s Diversity and Inclusion committee and frequently visits Washington, D.C. to rally on behalf of homeowners.
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  • From HW Magazine

    2015 HW Vanguard Award winners

    HousingWire recognizes 27 executives leading the housing economy
    All of the sectors of the housing economy now — real estate, lending, servicing and investing — are navigating unchartered territory. The challenges are new and the processes scrutinized as never before. Against that backdrop, we at HousingWire thought it was appropriate to recognize the tremendous leadership within the mortgage space with our first annual HW Vanguard Awards. Companies in our business couldn’t have survived the crisis, or formed in this brave new world, without serious leadership.
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  • From HW Magazine

    The new American Dream

    Patty Arvielo leads by example
    “I’m all about long-term," Arvielo said. "I put people in houses that are sustainable. I don’t want people to be one broken stove away from foreclosure. It’s always been about collateral, capacity and credit. The minute the industry steered away from those underwriting principles is when we got into trouble.”
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