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Brendan Pelto

Brendan Pelto

Mortgage Loan Officer & Neighborhood Mortgage Specialist | Muskegon | NMLS ID: 2043678

“What sets me apart from other mortgage loan originators? I am also a registered professional archaeologist and adjunct professor of anthropology and history (Think Indiana Jones, but less adventure). I also once owned a movie theater and worked with both Academy Award winning filmmakers and legends of B-movies. My background in the business industry and unique attention to detail makes me a great choice for all of your mortgage and refinancing needs. I know you have a busy schedule too, so I am available when you are, and promise not to leave you wondering if I got your email. When I am not working for you, you can find me with my two wonderful children, at the lake, or digging holes to find the remains of old French forts and Underground Railroad stops.”

Phone Number

Office: 231.830.3985
Fax: 231.798.8607
Cell: 231.260.0378


3251 Henry St. Muskegon, MI 49441




Mortgage Do's & Don'ts

We know that the mortgage process can seem overwhelming, but at Independent Bank, it’s our goal to make this process as seamless as possible.

ACH Autopay Form

Automatic Transfer Request For Loans

Checkbook Register Worksheet

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Identity Theft Affidavit

A voluntary form for filing a report with law enforcement, and disputes with credit reporting agencies and creditors about identity theft-related problems. Visit identitytheft.gov to use a secure online version that you can print for your records.

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