November 01, 2021

Union Home Mortgage Adds Talent in Growing Southwest Market

UHM announces addition of Scott Robinson as Producing Area Manager in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Santa Fe, New Mexico.

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Union Home Mortgage (UHM), a high-growth independent mortgage banking company with a world-class culture, today announced the hiring of Scott Robinson as a Producing Area Manager focused on building teams in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Santa Fe, New Mexico, passionate about delivering a personalized mortgage experience that exceeds expectations.

 

“We will earnestly serve our communities, business partners and clients in our quest to help neighbors achieve the dream of home ownership.”

 

As Producing Area Manager, Robinson is responsible for nurturing high-performing teams driven to originate loans to help customers purchase a home or refinance their mortgage.

 

“We are excited to welcome Scott to the team,” said Bill Cosgrove, President & CEO of Union Home Mortgage. “His deep industry experience and familiarity with the growing southwestern market will serve as a tremendous asset for our organization.”

 

Robinson has nearly 20 years’ experience in the mortgage lending industry. Before joining UHM, he spent 10-plus years with Gateway Mortgage Group, serving as a Loan Originator and Sales Manager. Previously, he served as a Loan Originator with Quest Mortgage, a mortgage company in Santa Fe.

 

“I’m excited to collaborate with the amazing team assembled here to continue growing the presence of UHM across the country,” said Robinson. “We will earnestly serve our communities, business partners and clients in our quest to help neighbors achieve the dream of home ownership.”

 

Robinson and his wife, Vanessa, also founded the AmeriKenyan Running Club in 2006. The club was a Santa Fe-based organization committed to helping elite Kenyan runners earn a living and support their families by participating in U.S. competitions. Their work continued through 2020, and they still have close ties with many of the families with whom they worked.