Drew Boland, Senior Vice President of Mortgage Lending

Proper Rate


For Drew Boland, senior vice president of mortgage lending with Proper Rate, over 18 years of lending experience and expertise across conventional and jumbo loans comes with the benefit of knowing you can solve any problem.

Boland made a big move five years ago by moving his family to Denver, Colorado. For the last five years he has successfully worked two major markets, and has continued to grow both his Chicago business as well as expand into the Denver market.

“My clients can expect to develop a personal relationship with me and get quick, accurate answers to all their questions and concerns,” he says. “This is part of why my business is 100% referral based.” Boland is a member of Colorado Thought Leaders Forum, a well-regarded networking organization in Denver.

He’s won the President’s Club honor a whopping 15 times. He’s also a five-time Chairman’s Club recipient, closing more than $220 million in funded loans in 2021. 

“My buyer business has continued to increase every year,” he says. “But I stay committed to constantly improving the loan approval to closing process and still providing a personal experience to each client.” A top 1% mortgage originator in the U.S., according to Mortgage Executive Magazine, Boland’s ability to create hands-on customer service with a calm demeanor and quick responses is a winning combination for so many clients. “I’m known for having a strong work ethic, honesty, integrity and attention to detail,” he says.

Leading his team, Boland says, he feels that there’s no ceiling to the level of service they can provide or the amount of deals they can close. “Our team structure and business plan are set up to scale for as many clients or referral partners as we can affiliate with.” Unparalleled service and growth doesn’t always go hand-in-hand, but with a proven system, years of experience, dedication to detail and fantastic customer service, Boland and his team are doing just that.

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