Brennan Anderson

Mortgage Loan Officer

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Capital Group, Inc.
1807 Park 270 Drive, Building I, Suite 500
Maryland Heights, MO, 63146
Branch: NMLS1998587
Personal: NMLS2038437

About Brennan

Brennan graduated from Missouri State University with his bachelor’s in business finance. He has always had a passion for helping people achieve their financial goals. As an InterContinental Capital Group Loan Officer, Brennan is committed to helping his clients understand their options for real estate financing and assisting them to make solid home decisions that best suit their needs. Finding a loan on your own can be a confusing and time-consuming process and Brennan is here to help you identify the best possible loan for your situation. Brennan thoroughly enjoys finding creative ways to leverage your mortgage in order to put his clients in a better financial position. His number one goal is to inform and guide his clients through every step of the home financing process. Brennan takes pride in providing his clients with excellent customer service while making sure they are comfortable with every step of the process. His attention to detail ensures that his clients are obtaining the best home loan for their specific situation. Brennan has an incredible team and access to a wide range of mortgage products that allow him to find the right financing solutions for his client at any stage in their life. Please feel free to contact Brennan with any question you may have, and he will be happy to help you!


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