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I'm Zach Roben
Executive Loan Officer

NMLS#: 1745044

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Zach Roben
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Zachary Roben graduated from the University of Arizona where he studied Business Development and Real Estate. After obtaining his degree, he moved to Scottsdale, Arizona with his family to pursue a career in mortgage lending and financial services.

Prior to joining Independence Home Loans, Zac has spent several years working as a President’s Club Loan Officer as well as a Director of Mortgage Banking. He prides himself in client service and diverse product knowledge, custom tailoring loans that best serve his client’s needs and goals. One of Zac’s favorite isms to live by is “the best ability is availability” making sure he is available to his clients at all hours of the day. Having helped thousands of clients, Zac knows how confusing the mortgage process can be, and works hard to walk each client through the process in an organized and efficient manner. He is recognized as one of the top mortgage loan officers in the United States, according to the Top 100 Scotsman Guide.

Aside from helping his clients achieve their financial goals, Zac enjoys spending his free time relaxing with his family and friends. His interests include music, travel, golf, his dog Bella, and the great outdoors. Whether it’s fighting for his client’s eligibility to purchase their dream home or helping families achieve their financial goals with a refinance, he will go above and beyond to ensure that you obtain the best financing and have an incredible experience every step of the way!

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Our Loan Process...


A loan pre-approval sets you up for a smooth home buying experience.


Start working with a real estate agent and viewing homes.


A few documents are needed to get a loan file through underwriting.


Assemble all the necessary paperwork and details for the underwriter.


They closely evaluate all the documentation in the loan package.


Documents are drawn and sent to the title company for closing.

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