Kevin started his career as a RE/MAX real estate agent in 1995 and served as Regional Director for RE/MAX in Michigan from 2001-2005. In 2005, Kevin left RE/MAX (an organization he loved) because he had a passion for finance and thought the mortgage industry would be a great fit. He purchased his shares in Success Mortgage Partners (SMP), a nationwide mortgage lender headquartered in Michigan. In 2021, SMP closed more than 3 billion dollars worth of residential mortgages.
Kevin currently serves as the Chief Recruiting and Retention Officer of SMP. In his time in the industry, he has recruited more than 500 commission-based sales professionals. He has created a dynamic coaching platform based on Clarity, Focus, and Execution.
In 2013, Kevin spearheaded hosting an incredible event 100% focused on sales success, the Success Mortgage Partners Annual Sales Conference. Kevin envisioned it being at various spectacular venues across the country and having it be a true celebration of the sales professionals! Kevin says, “I am proud, every year, to play a small role in watching it come to fruition; it’s really fun!” The sales conferences have occurred in Boston, Marco Island, Charleston, Nashville, Savannah, Chicago, and Detroit.
Use the calendar below to schedule one-on-one time with Kevin Broughton.
Kevin married his wife, Shawna, in 2000. They are proud parents to their only child, Joey. In 2024, Joey Broughton will attend the University of Pittsburgh to join the Pitt Panthers baseball team. They live in Northville, Michigan.
Kevin golfs and spends time at his lake house in his spare time. Joey and Kevin enjoy baseball tournaments and throwing the ball in the yard. Kevin and Shawna enjoy going to restaurants, barbecuing, and entertaining their friends at their home. As a family, they love to attend baseball games, go on cruises, and spend time at their cottage, where they jetski, boat, and fish with family and friends.
Kevin is an avid baseball fan. He is “obsessed” with the Boston Red Sox. He also loves the Boston Celtics, the New England Patriots, the Boston Bruins, and the University of Pittsburgh Panthers.