Mutual of Omaha Mortgage acquires Keller Mortgage

"It's truly a win-win for all involved"

Mutual of Omaha Mortgage acquires Keller Mortgage

Reverse lender Mutual of Omaha Mortgage has announced its acquisition of Keller Mortgage, a member of the Keller Williams (KW) family of companies.

While the companies did not disclose the financial terms of the deal, Mutual of Omaha Mortgage president Terry Connealy said the company will co-own and operate Keller Mortgage alongside its existing forward and reverse mortgage divisions.

“This transaction brings together two leaders in the mortgage industry, leveraging the strengths of each to provide outstanding products and services to homebuyers from coast to coast,” Connealy said. “With shared values that emphasize integrity, teamwork, customer focus, innovation and accountability, Keller Mortgage is a strong cultural fit with Mutual of Omaha Mortgage.”

KW executive chairman Gary Keller commented: “We’re excited to announce how our two leading brands are coming together. Our KW customers will have access to an even more comprehensive slate of mortgage services from a trusted brand with more than a century of business experience,” said Keller. “It’s truly a win-win for all involved.”

Mutual of Omaha Mortgage is a subsidiary of Fortune 400 insurance company Mutual of Omaha. It offers conventional, VA, FHA, USDA and jumbo loans for home purchases and refinancing.

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