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Fast-growing mortgage lender receives recognition for commitment to veterans

April 30, 2018 – BALTIMORE, MD –  Maryland Governor Larry Hogan on Friday visited the headquarters of NewDay USA, a top ten VA lender, to praise the company for its commitment to hiring veterans and for helping current and former service members achieve the dream of home ownership.

At NewDay USA University, the company’s mortgage training facility, Gov. Hogan presented NewDay USA employees with a citation in honor of their dedication to serving the veteran community.

“I commend the veteran focused commitment demonstrated by NewDay USA – hiring and providing career employment opportunities for veterans, educational scholarships and supporting service projects to benefit our nation’s veteran community.” the governor said. “Your efforts deserve our respect and gratitude.”

“We are deeply honored to receive this recognition,” said NewDay USA CEO Rob Posner. “Governor Hogan is a supporter of the veteran community and shares our commitment to ensuring that all veterans can work, raise families and buy the home of their dreams after serving our country.”

NewDay USA is building the nation’s number one VA mortgage company facilitating veterans to buy a home or get the money they need for their families. NewDay USA is helping veterans improve their credit history, placing them on the path to a better quality of life.

“Every day, our team members hear from veterans who have run into obstacle after obstacle while trying to take advantage of the VA home loan benefits they’ve earned,” said U.S. Admiral Tom Lynch, chairman of NewDay USA. Because we take a broader view of a veteran’s ability to qualify, they’re able to receive the VA benefits they’ve earned through their service. The governor’s visit energized our employees and provides confirmation that their service to veterans is making a difference.”

Besides helping veterans achieve homeownership, NewDay USA is known for its fun, high-energy work environment that rewards recent college graduates with a great salary and free, ongoing training. Today, NewDay USA is focused on training and developing the next generation of mortgage bankers as we grow. The company was recognized as one of Baltimore’s “Best Places to Work” by the Baltimore Business Journal.

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About NewDay USA
NewDay USA is a nationwide VA mortgage lender focused on helping active military personnel, veterans and their families achieve their financial and housing goals. NewDay USA is also a Ginnie Mae (GNMA) approved issuer/servicer. The company employs best practices in mortgage lending and career growth for mortgage professionals. Consistent with its mission, NewDay is a philanthropic partner of numerous organizations focused on assisting military veterans and their families in need. The NewDay USA Foundation provides four-year scholarships to the children of fallen and severely disabled military veterans to attend JROTC military high schools across the nation. The company is also a major philanthropic partner of The Medal of Honor Foundation, the USO, Boulder Crest Retreat for Military and Veteran Wellness, and is a major sponsor of the Military Bowl. Community service and giving back in the form of volunteerism also plays a significant role among the NewDay USA workforce.

NewDay USA is a registered trade name of New Day Financial, LLC, which is a key holding of Chrysalis Holdings, LLC, a premier private investment company focused on the financial services industry. For more information about NewDay USA, visit

About the NewDay USA Foundation
Helping America’s veterans is at the core of what the Foundation does, and “Giving Back” is a NewDay USA core value.  The Foundation’s giving focuses on supporting the veteran and active duty communities.  These include the USO, the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation, the Baltimore Station, and others. Through the Foundation, NewDay’s employees have volunteered thousands of hours of their own time to support Boulder Crest Retreat, Wreaths Across America, The Baltimore Station, the Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training, the veterans’ memorials on the National Mall, and other activities.