01/02/2014 (press release: MariaH) // Linthicum , Maryland, USA // Bernadette Pearson
NFM, Inc. is honored to announce that it has been ranked 21 out of 50 for the Fastest-Growing Private Companies based in the Baltimore area by the Baltimore Business Journal. The ranking is based on revenue growth from 2011 to 2012.
This award was the 3rd award that NFM, Inc. received for their achievements in 2012; having also been named a Top Workplace in Baltimore by The Baltimore Sun (also received in 2013), and one of the Top Mortgage Lenders by The Scotsman Guide. NFM, Inc. and its CEO have also received 6 other awards in previous years.
Matthew Glyder, Chief Financial Officer at NFM, Inc. stated, “Great employees, a streamlined loan process and low interest rates have all attributed to NFM, Inc.’s rapid growth.”
With over 20 locations across Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Alabama, Indiana, North Carolina, Ohio and Illinois, NFM, Inc. continues to commit to their core values: service, integrity and excellence. Today the company has over 225 employees, has closed over 30,000 loans since 2004, and is licensed in over 27 states.
NFM, Inc. not only focuses on creating the best customer experience, it also strives to make a difference in the community. The company has been involved with Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Baltimore, and over 25 other charitable organizations and initiatives. Throughout the year, NFM, Inc. and its employees can be found collecting items for local food banks or the troops; fundraising and donating money to local charities; or participating in corporate volunteering events.
About NFM, Inc.
NFM, Inc. is a mortgage lending company currently licensed in twenty-eight states in the U.S. The company was founded in Baltimore, Maryland in 1998. They attribute their success in the mortgage industry to their steadfast commitment to customers and the community. NFM, Inc. has firmly planted itself in the home loan marketplace as “America’s Common Sense Residential Mortgage Lender.”