Derek Egeberg

Branch Manager
NMLS # 180899
State Lic VA #MLO-50971VA, AZ #LO-0915245, CA #CA-DOC180899, TN #236104, WI #180899

Derek Egeberg,  Branch Manager for Academy Mortgage Corporation in Yuma.

Derek has over 23 years of experience in mortgage lending as both a mortgage broker and a mortgage banker.  Derek also has over 20 years of business experience in Yuma.

Derek brings two passions with him everyday. 

1.  Helping first time home buyers overcome their fears and misconceptions about necessary down payments and credit history

2.  Helping educate current homeowners on the “New Rules of Equity Management” and “How to Manage Your Mortgage to Create Wealth”

These two passions along with exceptional service and a personal touch allow Derek to guide his clients through the home loan process. 

 As a community service Derek has instituted several free monthly seminars.  The seminars include:


"First Time Home Buyers Education"

"How to Purchase Your First Rental Property"

"Managing Home Equity to Create Wealth"

"Credit and How the Credit Bureaus Work"

 “Why NOW is the Right Time to Buy”


Derek completed his Bachelors in Business Management from the University of Phoenix and graduated Cum Laude.  

Derek and his wife Sheri have been married for 25 years and are the proud parents of 3 boys who are Disneyland fanatics and play every sport and video game known to mankind.


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