With 19 years of lending experience and a reputation for excellence, Allyson Kreycik lets her love for people and commitment to upholding virtue guide her business. As senior vice president of mortgage lending at Guaranteed Rate, Kreycik specializes in new-construction and new-conversion lending, working to streamline the lending process with a tightknit team of loyal and professional colleagues, including her husband, Jon.
“My clients and referral partners like that they work with me directly and that I know the intricacies of every loan in process,” she says, noting that she works entirely from referrals and closely collaborates with builders, developers and their sales partners to preapprove buyers efficiently before they accept a reservation and take the home off the market. “I ensure that loans close smoothly, no matter how challenging they may be.”
In 2021, Kreycik funded her biggest year yet, helping 715 individuals and families with their home financing needs and totaling over $361 million in volume, all while caring for three young children. This year, she ranked among the top 10 loan officers at Guaranteed Rate by overall volume nationwide and as the No. 2 lender for Guaranteed Rate in Massachusetts by overall volume. For the past four years, she’s been named the No. 1 lender in New Hampshire by the Scotsman Guide, and she continues her seven-year streak as a member of her company’s Chairman’s Club.
Acting as an executive board member for both the Child Advocacy Center of Rockingham County and the Guaranteed Rate Foundation, Kreycik is committed to giving back as a volunteer and financial supporter. To that end, she donates a portion of every loan she funds to the foundation.
Kreycik loves living in New Hampshire’s Seacoast region and enjoys golfing and cooking with her family. She’s thankful for being a part of Bethany Church and giving back to the community.
Guaranteed Rate, Inc. is a private corporation organized under the laws of the state of Delaware. It has no affiliation with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the U.S. Department of Agriculture or any other government agency.