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Kevin Johnson

Embrace Home Loans Corporate

25 Enterprise Center

Middletown, RI 02842


About Kevin

Kevin Johnson (or KJ for short) is the latest mortgage loan associate here at Embrace in Middletown. He’s been with the Embrace Home Loans team for over six months, where he’s dedicated to helping clients achieve their financial goals.

Before joining Embrace, Kevin worked at Citizens Bank as a business relationship banker, assisting business owners in growing their businesses with business loans, merchant services, business accounts, and more. He was recognized with a 2018 Business Banker of the Year award. Clients have counted on Kevin’s professional expertise, personable approach, moral integrity, and conscientious effort to follow up throughout the process. He’s NMLS certified and ready to help with mortgages, refinances, and more.

Kevin grew up and currently lives in South Kingstown, Rhode Island, with his family. He graduated from Rhode Island College and played college basketball at the University of Yucatan. When he’s not serving clients, he’s a DJ and music lover, fitness enthusiast, and enjoys travel and outdoor sports.

You can connect with Kevin and learn more about him on LinkedIn.

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


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    4 Survey completed on August 13, 2021

    Review By Thomas Q. for Kevin Johnson

    Completed transaction in August 2021

    Kevin was very helpful. I felt confident working with him. He was able to answer my questions and inform me of the jargon and procedures needed to refinance my mortgage. Please thank him for me.

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