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Youniting Great Talent

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 Success is Driven by Our People

We believe in excellence and commit ourselves to providing expertise and service to each client we interact with. Our success is driven by the way we treat those around us: our clients, our people, and our communities.

Coached by the Best

Our Chief Leadership Team brings years of experience to a workplace that is committed to building meaningful relationships that service our clients and our people.

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Our Lineup

The teams that make up United Shore are not only responsible for our successful client relationships, they are an integral part of what makes our culture and day-to-day office life one of the best around.

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United Shore is a great place to work, period. It’s all the little things that take it over the top–and make it easier to focus on the work.

Meggan Midbo, Business Architect

Training for Excellence

A commitment to being better everyday is what makes us tick. That’s why we offer our people extensive professional training and recognize success when we see it.

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According to a report on Michigan family-owned businesses published by Crain’s Detroit Business, United Shore recorded the largest year-over-year revenue increase among companies on the list with a 68 percent increase in revenue from 2015 to 2016. United Shore’s primary business division, United Wholesale Mortgage, set an all-time company record for loan volume in 2016, surpassing $23 billion in loan production. Overall, United Shore was the 21st largest family-owned business in Michigan in 2016 with a revenue of $857 million. The mega grocery chain Meijer, Inc. topped the list with a 2016 revenue of $17.9 billion.