Does your city rank among places with least paid-off mortgages?

While a “burn the mortgage” party before retirement used to be a popular concept, a recent survey by mortgage banker American Financing found that 44 percent of homeowners between the ages of 60 and 70 have a mortgage when they retire. Although some people prefer not to pay off their loan before they retire, others struggle because of high housing costs.

Inc 5000's 2018 fastest growing private companies announced

August 15, 2018 -- Inc. 5000 has released its annual list of fastest-growing private companies, and American Financing is proud to be recognized as number 1462. The Inc. 5000 ranks these companies according to percentage revenue growth over a three-year period. It is the most prestigious honor for growing private businesses and business leaders.

Google enters the contact center AI fray

Today at its second-annual Google Next conference, Google Cloud introduced Contact Center AI, a solution that combines multiple artificial intelligence products with the aim of improving the customer experience and boosting contact center productivity. In addition, it announced that it has partnered with several cloud contact center providers on integrating its AI capabilities in their offerings, including Vonage. Vonage customer American Financing is testing capabilities in a proof-of-concept project.

2018 top workplaces in the Denver area and their diversity

April 20, 2018 - American Financing was once again recognized as one of the top workplaces in the midsize company category by the Denver Post for 2018. Our corporate culture and inclusive work environment has been pivotal to our success. Read about our diverse workforce in this Denver Post feature.

Few retirees expect to pay off their mortgages

March 22, 2018 - American Financing's recent survey, “Retirement and Mortgages”, found that 44 percent of Americans age 60 to 70 have a mortgage when they retire, with as many as 17 percent saying they may never pay it off. Read about the study and more details from the Washington Post.

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