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BRETT KIKER

Loan Officer

NMLS # 1205715

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BRETT KIKER

Brett has worked in the financial services since 2012 and joined Shelter Home Mortgage in 2018. Using knowledge and expertise, the Brett Kiker Team’s number one goal is to assist customers to achieve the American Dream of home ownership.

Brett is a North Carolina native and lifelong resident. He attended UNC Chapel Hill earning a bachelor’s degree in both economics and public policy. Brett also earned the Xinnix Certified Originator designation in 2014, for expansive product knowledge and business development skills. The Xinnix title is a prestigious industry recognition earned by less than half of 1% of all mortgage professionals. 

Brett and his wife currently reside in Matthews, NC where he serves on the Economic Development Advisory Committee. When Brett is not serving his clients and business partners, he is likely rooting on the Tar Heels. Brett is also an avid fan of the Hornets and Panthers. He loves the outdoors and spending time with family.

NC License # I-162355

SC License # 1205715

Working with Brett to finance my home was a very easy and enjoyable process. Brett understands the mortgage business very well and made it easy for me to understand. It was a very transparent process, with No surprise fees and my home was closed on schedule…I would recommend Brett to anyone that needs a home loan!
Kevin H.
Brett was awesome! He went out of his way to make the experience of being a first-time home buyer smooth and educational. I was able to close on the house super-fast!

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