Union Home Mortgage expands footprint in North Carolina

New branch will serve current and prospective homebuyers in the state's coastal market

Union Home Mortgage expands footprint in North Carolina

Union Home Mortgage (UHM) has announced its expansion in the Carolina coastal market of Jacksonville, North Carolina.

In a statement, UHM said the move will allow it to provide “unmatched service and support in both mortgage origination and refinancing to more of the region’s current and prospective homebuyers.”

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Industry veteran Mary Skipper will serve as the Jacksonville branch manager of a team that includes Timothy Jackson, an experienced professional who started working in the mortgage industry in 1989; Bernice Poteet who holds significant local expertise and will serve as a senior mortgage officer for Onslow and Carteret counties; Melissa Seiler, a loan officer with a focus on eastern North Carolina, as well as Onslow County and its neighboring communities; and Stan Walston who will focus on Jacksonville and the surrounding areas.

“The combination of world-class culture, time-saving technology, and unwavering commitment to the customer really separates Union Home Mortgage from the competition,” said Skipper. “It’s exciting to experience so much growth. There has never been a better time to join UHM. We are better positioned to serve this region today than ever before, and we look forward to helping clients realize their homebuying potential.”

“Each one of these partners brings with them decades of combined experience in the industry and I am excited to see what they can do for those looking for the best mortgage experience whether buying or refinancing a home,” said Bill Cosgrove, president and chief executive officer of UHM. “The familiarity and expertise they possess make them ideal additions to our team and aligns perfectly with our growth strategy and vision.”