The Brigham Team Chicago

Union Home Mortgage

Tim Brigham, Branch Manager

Karoline Axler, Production Manager

Jeff Gilliana, Loan Partner

Day or night, The Brigham Team Chicago at Union Home Mortgage is always ready to answer the phone and stay ahead of any potential issues with in-progress deals.

“I love the collaboration between our team and the constant forward-thinking mentality,” says Tim Brigham, branch manager of The Brigham Team at Union Home Mortgage.

Brigham surpasses his goals with the help of teammates Production Manager Karoline Axler and Jeff Gilliana, loan partner. As a rule, Brigham will never ask something of his team that he would not be willing to do himself. “It’s this mentality that has us breaking personal record after personal record,” he says.

Brigham, a 2020-2022 member of Union Home Mortgage’s President’s Club and a recipient of its 2020 Partner Impact Award, exceeded his personal funding record again last year, funding over $87 million across the country. He is also founder of the Superhero Collective, a non-profit organization that sends volunteers in superhero costumes to hospitals to brighten the days of sick children and bring them toys. He has also partnered with Harley-Davidson on a massive toy drive in which hundreds of motorcycle riders deliver toys to area hospitals.

Brigham and Axler started the first Union Home Mortgage branch in Chicago two years ago and it has grown every month since then, now expanding into the West Coast. “I have never been more excited for what we are building across the country, especially in Arizona,” Axler says.

At its core, the team is process driven. “I pride myself in going the extra mile for clients,” Brigham says. “I get to the nuts and bolts and really look out for their best interests.” Gilliana understands well that buying a house is unlike any other transaction. “There are tons of moving parts,” he says. “And we want clients to know what to expect and that we have their backs on all of it.”

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