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New American Funding Names Christine Obermayer VP of Retention

Top independent mortgage lender New American Funding is privileged to announce that Christine Obermayer has been promoted to the new position of Retention VP. 

In this role, Obermayer will lead New American Funding's new Retention Department and focus on helping the company's current customers navigate their refinance options to ensure that New American Funding is always putting their financing needs first. 

"We are incredibly proud of Christine and excited that she is taking on this new role. We feel she is the perfect person to lead our Retention Department," New American Funding COO Christy Bunce said. "Our entire company will benefit from her leadership and our customers will witness her compassion and commitment firsthand as she helps them manage their financial situation." 

Obermayer joined New American Funding in 2012 and has steadily worked her way up through the company since then. She joined New American Funding as a Senior Loan Officer, before being promoted to Junior Sales Manager, to Senior Sales Manager, and finally to VP, Retention. 

Obermayer brings 23 years of experience in mortgage operations, sales, wholesale, and retention to this new role. Her mortgage career began in 1998 and she has spent time working in wholesale operations, with a specific focus on processing and underwriting, and broker direct sales. 

Additionally, Obermayer served as a Loan Officer specializing in retail retention and has also spent time in sales management. Obermayer also has experience in loan modifications, short sales, and much more. With her expert skills and experience, Obermayer steps into the new role and will lead New American Funding's Retention Department. 

To learn more about working at New American Funding, visit their careers page here. 

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