Logan Harrison

Loan Officer Assistant
NMLS # 1735556
State Lic TX #1735556, CO #100511171
Hi! I’m Logan Harrison Junior Loan Officer at Academy Mortgage in Grand Junction, CO.
As a Grand Junction native, born and raised here, I attended Palisade High School and spent most of my childhood living in East Orchard Mesa. In 2017, I graduated from Colorado Mesa University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree. My wife Celeste and I have a son named Briggs and two dogs, Thor and Bailey. During my free time I am the drummer for my local church worship team. When I’m not in the office, you can find me outdoors, hunting, fishing, riding our side by side, or camping!

I’ve been in the mortgage lending industry for over half a decade and an active member of the Dave Shepard Team at Academy Mortgage Corporation. We have helped countless families into new homes and continue to grow here in the Grand Valley! We offer multiple loan options including Conventional, FHA, VA, USDA rural development, and CHFA.

I am licensed in Colorado and Texas and can help with home purchases and refinances in both states. Communication is a huge deal to me; you will be up to date throughout the entire loan process, and I am committed to providing accurate, timely, and honest mortgage advice!

I look forward to working with you!

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