Tony Fitzgerald

Branch Manager, Producing
NMLS # 1284924
State Lic IN #1963018, FL #LO29193


Tony Fitzgerald is the Branch Manager & Loan Officer for Academy Mortgage in Sarasota, Florida. Lieutenant Tony Fitzgerald retired from the Venice Fire Department after 28 years of service. When we asked why he made the jump to the Mortgage Industry in 2014, Tony says “I’ve served and rescued thousands of homes and homeowners, why stop now?”

Tony brings with him a lifetime dedication of helping the community and the skills of persevering through even the most extreme conditions. Tony will guide you and yours to safety through the sometimes rigorous and demanding process of home loans and refinances. He truly enjoys helping anyone and everyone attain the American dream of home ownership. Whether you are a first-time homebuyer, refinancing or buying your third investment property, Tony will guide you through the process seamlessly and keep even the most complicated of deals on track.

Tony’s experience serving the community for over 30 years has made him the ultimate Leader, Coach, and People Person. His skills have transferred into this business incredibly and allowed him to continue his calling of helping people. Whatever yours needs are consider them met.

And one last thing: When you call… feel free to call him by one of his well-deserved nicknames: Mr. Incredible... Captain Fantastic, Mortgage Jedi... 007 of Loans… The Close-N-ator.

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