Don't settle; do more

by New American Funding09 Oct 2018

“Why settle for good when great is attainable?” That’s been the attitude at New American Funding ever since Rick and Patty Arvielo founded the company in 2002.

Thus, when you ask the Arvielos what their favorite room is at their sprawling Tustin, California campus, they won’t tell you it’s the production studio, in-house printing facility or game room they’ve recently built, but rather the one special room that they keep adding to: the room for improvement.

It’s that quest for constant improvement that has kept New American Funding at the forefront of the mortgage industry. 

Maybe the clearest view of this forward-thinking mindset to always be learning and improving can be seen in the company’s introduction of its , which have given New American Funding Loan Originators and their Real Estate Agent partners a unique competitive edge wherever they do business.

These apps – GoGo LO, GoGo Partner and GoGo Home – are game-changers and difference-makers for Loan Originators seeking to put their careers and business on an upward trajectory.

is the ultimate smart phone app for Loan Originators, allowing them to perform any activity in the field that they once could do only from their office – manage their pipeline, preapprove clients, pull credit, sign 1003s, check loan details and deadlines, integrate with their desktop CRM and LOS and a multitude of other vital tasks and functions.

At the same time, they can use GoGo LO to pull up a quick coaching session or if they’re seeking to deepen their bench of Real Estate Agent referral partners, they can click on GoGo LO’s Agent Intelligence feature to show them the names, locations, rankings and production numbers of every top real estate office and Real Estate Agent in their market area, plus all the Loan Originators currently serving them.  

GoGo partner
Once introduced to , these top agents love it because of the way it includes them in the loan process.  GoGo Partner gives them real-time updates on exactly where that loan is at every moment. They can also set action reminders for every key loan stage and pull up all the key contacts responsible for successfully moving the transaction from that first pre-qual letter through funding. 

Real Estate Agents can also use GoGo Partner’s electronic sign-in feature at their open houses to capture all their attending guests. This list gets automatically uploaded to their growing list of prospects to whom they and their New American Funding Loan Originator can begin sending their favorite cobranded marketing collateral. These cobranded materials, which can be timed and coordinated to match every milestone of the loan cycle, are a huge benefit for Real Estate Agents, who may not always have the time or wherewithal to maintain a consistent marketing schedule.

GoGo home
With more than half of all homebuyers starting their home search online and more than 90% of all buyers turning to the internet at some point in the homebuying process, New American Funding knew it had to develop an industry-leading home search tool that gave buyers a clear, real-time window into every market they were considering for a home purchase. That tool is .

With GoGo Home, house hunters can shop the MLS 24/7 for home listings that get refreshed every 15 minutes. GoGo Home also gives New American Funding Loan Originators and their Real Estate Agent partners an added edge because the houses that shoppers pull up are branded with only their contact information.

Going all out
From the get-go, the were designed to be dynamic. New American Funding’s in-house developers are constantly responding to field requests to add further features, functions and capabilities to make the apps even more robust. As a result, updates and enhancements are a natural part of the GoGo ecosystem.

Wherever you are in your career, you’ll be able to do more with the . If one of your goals is to be constantly improving – to not just go through life, but to grow through life – grow with the best. Call us today for your personal GoGo tour!


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