Kevin Rowe

Senior Loan Officer
NMLS # 295609
State Lic UT #5536001
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Welcome!

I’m Kevin Rowe a top-producing Loan Officer for Academy Mortgage. I have worked in the mortgage origination business since 2000 and joined Academy in 2010. Over my career as a Loan Officer, I have closed millions of dollars of loan transactions. I thoroughly enjoy helping people realize the dream of homeownership. With my experience and Academy’s broad array of mortgage solutions to choose from, I will make every effort to find a great loan program and pricing for your situation.

Our Branch Office in South Jordan is equipped to complete the entire loan process in-house—all loan processing, underwriting, document prep, and funding are handled in our local office. As a result, we have a proven track record of closing loans as quickly and efficiently as possible, and I will be up-to-date on the status of your loan at all times. I understand the importance of maintaining continuous communication throughout the loan process and commit to providing you accurate, timely, and honest mortgage advice.

I was born and raised in Chubbuck Idaho, and currently live in South Jordan with my Wife, and 4 kids. I enjoy getting out in Utah’s beautiful mountains, and spending time with my family.

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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