Our mission is to create awareness and a better understanding of reverse mortgages throughout the older adult community as well as within the professional community.
University Bank Reverse Mortgages – Specializing in reverse mortgages.
Our reverse mortgage experts help seniors convert home equity into cash for retirement, medical bills, travel, healthcare, house repairs, extra income, or other worthwhile purposes.
Jim Cullen is a Reverse Mortgage Consultant with University Bank Reverse Mortgage Division and is located in Green Bay, WI. Jim has been working exclusively with the reverse mortgage program since August 2004. In that time Jim has been a party to over 700 successful reverse mortgage transactions. Jim has been with University Bank Reverse Mortgage Division since March 2020. Prior to coming to University Bank, Reverse Mortgage Division, Jim spent almost five years with CIBC Bank USA and spent three years with MSI Reverse.
Jim got his start in the mortgage business in June 1997 with Norwest Mortgage. Norwest merged with Wells Fargo Bank in 1998 and Jim continued to work with traditional mortgages until he made the switch to reverse mortgage lending in August 2004. He continued until September 2011 when he moved to MetLife Bank after Wells Fargo exited the reverse mortgage business. Jim was at MetLife until they left the reverse mortgage business in July 2012.
As a full-time Reverse Mortgage Consultant, Jim is committed to providing his clients with the best possible service. Jim takes the time to understand the client’s need and helps them develop a plan to meet their unique situation. A reverse mortgage is a complex transaction and Jim takes the time to answer every question and leaves no stone unturned. In addition to working directly with clients he also works with other financial professionals and conducts seminars to help them better understand reverse mortgages.
Jim and his wife Jean have lived in Green Bay since 1981. They have four adult children and eight grandchildren. Jim enjoys traveling, outdoor activities, and spending time with family and friends.