Lonnie Knob

Loan Officer
NMLS # 236548
State Lic CO #100022706

As a mortgage industry veteran of 16 years, I am passionate about what I do and attribute my success to my loyal customers and business partners. I am my client's greatest advocate, and I take tremendous pride in providing exceptional service and assisting you to reach your homeownership and financial goals. I take the time to listen to your needs and present viable options. I strive to be more than a "transactional broker", as my ultimate goal is to build a lifelong relationship as your mortgage lender of choice. More than just helping obtain a loan, I want to help secure and preserve a solid financial future for you and your family. I am a former collegiate baseball player and a graduate of Colorado State University. When I'm not working you will find me spending time with my son TK, surrounded by family and friends. I am heavily involved in youth athletics and our favorite things to do include fishing, exploring Colorado and it's amazing activities, traveling to beach destinations and cheering on our favorite sports teams!

Financing a home is one of the biggest commitments you will ever make - let me help guide you through the entire loan process from application, to closing and beyond. Put my experience and passion to work for you!

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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