Sean Kiernan

Licensed Branch Manager

Contact Information

O: 775.418.1460C: 775.770.0442

[email protected]

1000 N. Division Street Suite 102E
Carson City, NV 89703

Licensing information

NMLS 785924
Licensed in CA, MT, NV, and OR

Sean Kiernan is a Branch manager at Angel Oak Home Loans. After leaving the Navy in 1995 Sean moved from Pennsylvania to Carson City with his family. He started a new career in the title insurance business with Northern Nevada Title. Working as a title officer Sean learned about Northern Nevada’s local counties and all the special circumstances involved with researching and insuring a properties marketability. He then moved into the business development side of the title industry where he formed close relationships with many local real estate professionals. In 2011, Sean left the title industry and went into home lending with Wells Fargo. It was there that he was educated in the home mortgage lending process. He then joined On Q Financial where he furthered his education from some of the most knowledgeable people in the lending industry. Today he works with those same mortgage experts and others at Angel Oak Home Loans.

Sean’s expertise includes Conventional, Jumbo, VA, FHA, USDA and other down payment assistance loans. Angel Oak enables Sean to help even more people through traditional and non-traditional loan products. Non-QM options such as Bank Statement for self-employed borrowers, real estate investor loans, 1099 income loans and many others allow him to help underserved borrowers achieve their goals. As a home mortgage advisor, Sean is very well qualified to handle any transaction. Contact Sean today to talk about your home financing needs.

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