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Kenny Sylvester

Maryland - Rockville

800 King Farm Boulevard

Rockville, MD 20850


About Kenny

Kenny has 25 years of experience in the mortgage lending industry. He is a diligent problem-solver and loves the challenge of finding the best mortgage solutions for his clients. In his spare time, he coaches youth sports for the Olney Boys and Girls Community Sports Association, and at Embrace, he coaches his customers through the mortgage process to make sure they have a low stress mortgage approval process as possible during the high stress of buying a home.

Kenny is proud to be a local — he grew up in Damascus, MD and graduated from Damascus High School in 1988. He attended Montgomery College and received his B.S. in Business Management & Finance from Salisbury University in 1993. Now, he lives down the street from Damascus in Laytonsville with his wife, Heather, of 20 years, with their 5 sons (yes 5 sons), and a crazy Treeing Walker Coonhound named Tex. Before coming to Embrace Home Loans, he has worked for several lenders and banks most recently at Bank of America and PNC Bank. All have given him the knowledge of the loan programs, the loan process, and skill to give you and your family a great mortgage application experience.

In addition to Kenny’s enjoyment of coaching, he also enjoys mentoring fellow business and sales professionals, doing home improvement, woodworking, playing golf, and has a love for football and his hometown sports teams, Nationals, Capitals, Wizards, Redskins, and occasional catching a Damascus High School football game.

98% Customer Satisfaction Rating
Zillow 5 star rating
Inc 5000 Fastest Growing companies
Scotsman Guide Top Lender
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