Loan Officer NMLS ID: 1019875
About Matthew DeLuzio
State License: AZ #944463
I am a fourth generation Colorado native, and no - I don’t ski. I do, however, have deep roots in our community, having spent over 10 years working in sports and leading community and alumni relations. When the lending world came calling it was a huge change but well worth it. As the world of home ﬁnancing becomes more complex, it is important to have a lender that can work through all the details of each scenario. No two clients are the same and it is important to select a lender that will take the time to invest in ﬁnding the best solution for a client’s future. Buying a home is an exciting time and I absolutely enjoy being a part of it.
I hold an MBA from the University of Colorado and an undergrad in Finance from CU as well. I live just north of the Denver metro area with my wife Nichole and our two young sons, Leo and Milo.
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