John Spiker

Loan Officer
NMLS # 46322
State Lic ID #MLO-1039
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Welcome!

My name is John Spiker and I am a Senior Loan Officer at Academy Mortgage. It’s all about service at Academy Mortgage, and our company has been meeting the needs of homebuyers across the United States since 1988.

With unsurpassed service, numerous loan programs, competitive interest rates and closing costs, I make sure my clients understand their options as well as the loan process in order to end up with a loan that is tailored to their specific needs. I am dedicated to my customer's goals. As a senior mortgage consultant, I take great pride in exceeding my client's expectations.

My clients enjoy working with me, so much in fact, that a large percentage of my business comes by way of past clients referring their friends and family to me. My attention to detail, positive attitude and years of experience make me a lender of choice for new and returning clients. In addition to my extensive knowledge and insight of the mortgage industry, I have an inherent understanding of the underwriting guidelines which in turn provides a smooth and stress-free loan process for my clients.

I invite you to put us to the test. Let me show you how simple and easy securing a mortgage can be.

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