We’re always on the lookout for the best of the best to join our team at United Shore. Be a part of an organization that values hard work and high fives.
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Our culture at United Shore is driven by six pillars that act as a blueprint for how we work each day as a team. They’re not just words on a wall; we live them—our pillars are the foundation of everything we do.
Our people are the heartbeat of United Shore. That’s why we invest in them with continuous and real-time training, so they can continue to set the standard.
We differentiate ourselves from our competitors by creating a memorable service experience. It’s what motivates us and keeps our clients coming back, and it’s the ultimate measure of our success.
Our long-term reputation is more important than short-term gains. We place a premium on creating lasting relationships above all else. We refuse to compromise our integrity. We never cut corners. We are built for the future.
We are a team of leaders. We give credit where it’s due, and take personal responsibility for our actions. We are better when we look inward to improve, not outward to blame. We own it, make it better, and in turn, it delivers results.
We will be better tomorrow than we are today. We are always upping our game with new technology, new processes, and bringing new information to market faster than anyone in the industry.
We’re never afraid of hard work, but we do believe work should be fun. We celebrate, we laugh, and we play. And we’re a better team for it!
We work hard and we play hard. We might be serious financial services professionals, but the one thing we aren’t is stuffy.
At United Shore we know that the most successful people balance their work, family, and fun.
Carnival rides, games, and food: the United Shore team has fun at the fair!
We like to have a good time, in the office and out.
We promote fun in the office because we believe happy people work better. Stop by and you’ll see colleagues chatting over coffee or shooting baskets.
Having Fun is Good for Business
Night at the Fair
Take Me Out to the Ballgame
Close with a Dunk
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But Ishbia said many millennials could benefit from researching their mortgage options first before shopping for a home.
He noted that the Fannie Mae HomeReady program only requires 3% down for creditworthy low- to moderate-income borrowers. The Freddie Mac Home Possible programs can require 3% or 5% down, depending on the program, for low- to moderate-income buyers or buyers in high-cost or underserved communities.