NAF, The Agency Partner Up

New American Funding and The Agency are partnering to meet the needs of The Agency’s clients, with NAF becoming the preferred mortgage lender of The Agency.

NAF, which marks its 20th anniversary in 2023, holds the distinction of being the largest Hispanic-owned mortgage lender in the U.S. Meanwhile, The Agency has earned global recognition as a rapidly growing luxury boutique brokerage.

“We are thrilled to be working closely with one of the most prestigious companies in real estate today,” NAF Co-Founder and CEO Patty Arvielo said. 

“As one of the nation’s largest privately-owned mortgage companies, NAF is uniquely positioned to cater to the needs of The Agency’s clients nationwide. We look forward to evolving our partnership into an even stronger relationship as we move forward.”

Through this partnership, NAF presents The Agency’s clients with an array of home financing options, ranging from Conventional to Jumbo and Non-QM loans and catering to diverse requirements.

The Agency has been featured on shows like Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and Netflix’s Buying Beverly Hills. With 85 corporately owned and franchise offices worldwide, it has been named by The Financial Times as one of America’s Fastest Growing Companies and secured a spot on Inc. 5000’s list of fastest-growing private companies in the nation for six consecutive years.

“We’re thrilled to officially announce our partnership with New American Funding. Expanding our core real estate services with like-minded partners empowers our agents to provide their clients with best-in-class service and guidance throughout the entire transaction process,” said Burke Smith, Executive Vice President of Affiliated Businesses at The Agency.

New American Funding is an independent mortgage lender with a servicing portfolio of about $65.3 billion and 190 nationwide locations. The California-based lender recently promoted a new president and CPO, just before announcing an exclusive partnership with news platform Patch.

It also rebranded in March, unifying all of its companies under a new look.