(801) 561-4700 info@utahmortgageloan.com
Russ Marchant


Office: (801) 758.9478

Cell: (801) 403.5184

NMLS # 270190 

Greg Marchant


Office: (801) 758.9473

Cell: (801) 259.6406

NMLS # 1273556

About Us


Russ and Greg have over 35 years combined experience in the real estate industry. We are committed to earning your trust by guiding you efficiently and painlessly through the loan process. Our pledge is to provide you with unmatched customer service, to be readily accessible, and to promptly and accurately respond to your questions and concerns. As husbands and fathers, we know how busy life can be. That’s why do everything possible to accommodate you and your schedule.

Russ and Greg grew up here in the Salt Lake valley in a family of 6 boys. Russ and his wife have two boys and two girls. Greg and his wife have three boys and two girls. We are proud to be a team and we look forward to helping you and your family realize your home ownership goals!


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Customer Reviews

Made the refinance process quick and easy. Im very satisfied with the work Greg Marchant and his co-workers did for me.


They were great in every way. Greg and Russ are very kind and hard working. They understood my issues and needs. Then they worked to find solutions to get me all taken care of. The entire team was helpful and respectful. I would highly recommend them to anyone that need a mortgage. Class act and better people.


Russ and Greg Marchant made the whole process easy and stress free. We highly recommend using their services. You won’t be disappointed.


Very professional and experience team, easy to work with. They find the best rate available online, and calculate all fees and the exact total payment you are going to pay each month–include property tax, insurance… Highly recommended.


Russ and Greg were awesome to work with when buying our home. They were prompt and so helpful with everything! They made the experience very enjoyable. I would definitely recommend them.


Greg Marchant was amazing. He got my loan taken care of super fast and it was easy. Will definitely refer to family and friends.


The loan process was smooth and seamless. Russ always goes out of his way to be available, and all my buyers love working with him.


Russ and Greg were super responsive in helping us get pre-approval for a last minute offer on a house, even over a holiday weekend. They were also very patient in guiding us through the loan process and all the extra steps needed for being self employed. Highly recommended!


Russ and Greg Marchant made the whole process easy and stress free. I highly recommend using their services. Organized and always respond to questions in a timely manner.


Partner Reviews

I represented a first time home buyer on a recent purchase of a new townhouse. The buyer had a friend who was a loan officer and the builder required that my buyer meet with their preferred lender. I told my buyer to meet with the preferred lender and to get a quote from Russ at Utah Mortgage. Russ had a pre-approval for my buyer in about 3 hours, the terms of Russ’s loan significantly beat out both the builders preferred lender and the buyers friend! That was even after the $4,000 incentive to use the preferred lender! Russ closed the loan a full week before the anticipated close date (less than 2 weeks from start to finish). Awesome Job Russ and team! Looking forward to working with you on the next one. Needless to say, my buyer was so happy. The whole process was made so much less stressful due to Russ and Utah Mortgage. Thank you! 

Kelton Kleinman

Realtor, TruNet Real Estate

From a real estate agents view, when I have the opportunity to refer a buyer to a lender I do not hesitate to recommend Russ and Greg.
* great communication * offer recommendations for various loan programs * extremely knowledgeable * they go to the closings, which for me is greatly appreciated and it shows they are grateful and it’s a thank you for your business to the buyer * my fifth * is they are fun and nice to work with. Thank You Greg, Russ, LaNae and to your whole team.

Kim Fish

Realtor, Coldwell Banker Residential Broker

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