Academy Mortgage expands to Greeley, Longmont

GREELEY and LONGMONT — Academy Mortgage, a national mortgage lender based in Draper, Utah, has expanded into Greeley and Longmont.

The Greeley office opened Sept. 1 at 8207 W. 20th St., Suite B, while the Longmont office opened earlier this year at 600 Fifth Ave., Suite B, according to a spokesperson for the company.

Academy operates 25 offices in Colorado, including in Berthoud, Boulder and Fort Collins.

“By having Academy Mortgage in Greeley, we’re able to provide our clients with convenience, extended lending options, and sound mortgage and lending advice,” Christina Delatorre, mortgage specialist at Academy Mortgage, said in a prepared statement. “Being born and raised here, we understand that having a national lender at the local level will offer our customers a personalized mortgage experience matched with a friendly and familiar face, community-driven mission and a lender that truly cares.”

The new offices seek to capitalize on population growth in the region, along with a trend of people moving out of larger cities in favor of smaller cities, the company said.

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GREELEY and LONGMONT — Academy Mortgage, a national mortgage lender based in Draper, Utah, has expanded into Greeley and Longmont.

The Greeley office opened Sept. 1 at 8207 W. 20th St., Suite B, while the Longmont office opened earlier this year at 600 Fifth Ave., Suite B, according to a spokesperson for the company.

Academy operates 25 offices in Colorado, including in Berthoud, Boulder and Fort Collins.

“By having Academy Mortgage in Greeley, we’re able to provide our clients with convenience, extended lending options, and sound mortgage and lending advice,” Christina Delatorre, mortgage specialist at Academy Mortgage, said in a prepared statement. “Being born and raised here, we understand that having a national lender at the local level will offer our customers a personalized mortgage experience matched with a friendly and familiar face, community-driven mission and a lender that truly cares.”

The new offices seek to capitalize on population growth in the region, along with a trend of people moving out of larger cities in favor of smaller cities, the company said.

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