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We are an East Coast lender based in New York, and the 66th Largest Mortgage Banker in America!

Established in 2000, Residential Home Funding Corp. is a correspondent mortgage banker. Our mission is simple. Residential Home Funding’s goal is “to be the lender of choice for our customers by providing both diversified and competitive mortgage financing options with excellent customer service.”  With a diverse customer base that includes first time home buyers as well as high net worth individuals, Residential Home Funding Corp. can provide the appropriate financing to meet all of our customer’s specific needs.



Sammy Sapek and his team at Residential Home Financing went above and beyond to help me throughout the entire approval process. I am very pleased.

Jenny P.

Doug answered all my emails and phone calls promptly. He was very attentive and he kept me informed at all times. Doug is a really nice guy I had a great experience and I will use Doug again for future purchases.

Lizette R.

Everything was smooth and precise. Adam and Jean always got back to me right away (if possible). They answered all my questions in a way that I could understand the process. They were very caring and professional and quick throughout the entire experience.

Caecilia W.


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