Sandy Hawn

Mortgage Loan Specialist, Sales Manager
NMLS # 1067586
State Lic CO #100047735
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I am a proud Air Force Veteran and have lived in Northern Colorado for 20 yrs. I am married to Mitch Hawn, a Colorado Native and CSU graduate (Go Rams!). Together we have 4 amazing daughters and 1 granddaughter. I love the Northern Colorado Community and am passionate about giving exceptional service to my clients and Realtor partners.

I am one of the fortunate people who has found what I love to do. Mortgage lending for me is the perfect mix between being challenged and being relational. I truly care for my clients and enjoy the problem solving aspects of helping them find the right loan product for their situation.

I believe that homeownership is something everyone should have the ability to achieve. It brings me joy to help 1st time homebuyers realize that homeownership is not just a possibility but can be a reality.

I enjoy helping my more established clients with purchasing investment properties and refinancing to free up finances for future investments.

I am thrilled to serve our Community as a team member at Academy Mortgage. We are more than mortgages! We are a company of people who truly care and seek out ways to serve and give back to our Northern Colorado Community.

I'd love to buy you a cup of coffee and share what we are doing to make a differences.

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