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Nick Sigwalt

Maryland - Sandy Spring

508 Olney Sandy Spring Road, Suite 200,

Sandy Spring, MD 20860


About Nick

Nicholas Sigwalt joins Embrace as a loan officer after working as a relationship manager at Bank of America. He felt the calling to branch out from the banking world to pursue his passion at a true mortgage company. His focus will be in generating new loans for other loan officers and himself, and his driven nature and committed work ethic guarantees that he’ll continue to succeed.

Nick grew up and still resides in Silver Spring, Maryland, and he’s currently studying business administration at The University of Maryland University College. Nick’s loving family includes his mother and father, one brother and sister, and a happy dog named Abbie. He enjoys working out, painting, and watching sports – his favorites being football, basketball, and baseball, all which he has experience playing in years past. Reach out to this go-getter to find the ideal loan product for your family’s needs.

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


  • 5

    5 Survey completed on June 14, 2022

    Review By Kayode O. for Nick Sigwalt

    Completed transaction in June 2022

    It was a tedious process but Nick was awesome with assisting us get through the process.

  • 5

    5 Survey completed on June 04, 2022

    Review By Tocarra P. for Nick Sigwalt

    Completed transaction in June 2022

    Everything was amazing from the first phone call to Embrace until Closing. Nick is thee best loan officer, individual and person all around. Nick answered every questions I had day or night lol. He went over everything with me so I understood everything that was going to take place. When Nick say he’s going to call you back with any updates or changes the man means what he says and that’s why I love the whole house buying process with Nick. I never felt left out of anything. A+++ experience and Nick as a person!!

  • 5

    5 Survey completed on May 09, 2022

    Review By West B. for Nick Sigwalt

    Completed transaction in May 2022

    We finally purchased our first home thanks to Nick! Jan 2021 we approached Nick with the interest of purchasing our first home in 2022, but our credit was average. So we reached out to Nick who gave us the guidance, plan, and action items to a) fix our credit during the first half of 2021 and then b) wait for the credit system to respond during the second half of the year. 2022 came, we went house shopping, approached a lender who gave disappointing service and went back to Nick who was a better lender with better customer service, with better closing options-and he helped us close on our 1st home! Thanks Nick...for everything! Nick is more than just a Loan Officer, he is a person that shows customer care for you and your family's dream of owning a home.

  • 5

    5 Survey completed on May 04, 2022

    Review By Alba B. for Nick Sigwalt

    Completed transaction in May 2022

    Nick was awesome from the very beginning, he was very informative and professional. He was always and I always was available with whatever questions we had. He made the whole process very stress free and we’re thankful for all his assistance. He made our first home purchase a very pleasant experience. Always had a smile no matter how much we text or called him. He definitely deserves a big raise and an award. Thank you Nick for your awesomeness!

  • 5

    5 Survey completed on May 03, 2022

    Review By Jephter M. for Nick Sigwalt

    Completed transaction in April 2022

    EasyJet communication, communication and patience

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