LINTHICUM, MD, June 17, 2017 —NFM Lending is pleased to announce that it has been ranked a 2017 Top Workplace in the Washington, D.C. area by the Washington Post. This is the third consecutive year that NFM Lending has received this award.
NFM Lending received the award at a ceremony held on Friday, June 16, 2017. Since its founding in 1998, NFM Lending has grown from a small mortgage brokerage to a lender with locations throughout the United States, including 6 locations in the D.C. area.
“We are thrilled to have made the list of Top Workplaces again. Not only does it provide positive feedback that our employees enjoy where they work, but more importantly, that they feel safe, challenged, and respected,” said David Silverman, CEO.
Each year, the Washington Post distributes a survey to the employees of Washington, D.C. area companies, asking them to evaluate their workplaces. The survey asks participants to rank their companies on quality of leadership, work-life balance, pay and benefits, and more. This year, NFM Lending was among 150 small, midsized, and large companies that made the final cut for inclusion on the Top Workplace list.
In addition to this most recent award, NFM Lending has been recognized many times for its exceptional company culture. In 2016 alone, it was named one of the Baltimore Sun’s Top Workplaces in the Baltimore area; and one of Mortgage Executive Magazine’s Top 50 Best Companies to Work For. NFM Lending is proud of these accomplishments, and looks forward to another successful year.
About NFM Lending
NFM Lending is a mortgage lending company currently licensed in 29 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 Lending has firmly planted itself in the home loan marketplace as “America’s Common Sense Residential Mortgage Lender.™” For more information about NFM Lending, visit www.nfmlending.com, like our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter.