Senior Vice President
Bradley’s financial experience led him into personal and real estate banking. His passion for mortgage banking and his desire to have the most competitive products in the banking industry led him to The Federal Savings Bank. His decision to join the Bank was based on the reputation and service-orientated goals of The Federal Savings Bank’s owners. His experience in the financial services industry prepared him to be a leader in product knowledge and customer service. His ability to service his clients’ needs and exceed their expectations has allowed him to excel in helping Veterans realize the dream of home ownership.
Bradley is an avid Chicago sports fan. Whether he is enjoying a Cubs game in the summer or Blackhawks in the winter, he welcomes the seasonal changes in Chicago. When not serving his clients, he enjoys training for his next marathon and exploring the great city of Chicago.
Thank you for the help with this transaction. I know it was challenging, certainly more challenging than our previous few, however the mission was accomplished and my wife and I are completely satisfied.
Brad; You are a trooper and we will absolutely continue to recommend you to our friends and family. I appreciate your diligence and patience. I'm sure it was challenging at times.
Brad Berndt was our loan officer for a VA jumbo last year. It went smoothly, without drama, and was exactly what we needed for our 'short sale'. Not sure how you recognize stellar performers in your company, but he meets the highest of performance standards for his customers !! Uncertain when we may use your services again, but you are at the top of the list. Thanks for your support and expressly for Brad's involvement.
Dell and Mary Dailey
About Dell Dailey:
Ambassador Dell L. Dailey served his country 42 years with great distinction as a Cadet, Infantryman, Combat Commander, Master Army Aviator, Ranger, Special Operator, General Officer and Statesman. A 1971 West Point 2LT of Infantry, Airborne-Ranger, he's commanded two companies in Infantry and five companies in Aviation units. LTG Dailey's Special Operations Forces (SOF) assignments include the 75th Rangers and the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) where he commanded two companies, two battalions and the Regiment. As an SOF pioneer, he took aviation operationally to unprecedented levels of capability that were demonstrated repeatedly with great success in remote areas of Afghanistan and Iraq. As the Commander of Joint Special Operations Command, he masterminded and executed key elements in the first Afghanistan campaign plan after 9/11. In close succession his command led forces into Iraq during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
LTG Dailey was considered the unsung hero for that era of operations as they successfully executed the most difficult missions over the toughest terrain in Army Aviation history. In 2004 Dailey was handpicked to be the first Lieutenant General Director of U.S. Special Operations Command Center for Special Operations, the military hub for counterterrorism, assuming worldwide planning, intelligence and operations responsibility for SOF. In 2007, Ambassador Dailey was recommended by Secretary Rice, confirmed by the U.S. Senate and appointed by President Bush as the coordinator of The Department of State's Counterterrorism Office where his warrior skills, coupled with deft statesmanship, took this mission to even greater heights of effectiveness
I wish to thank you, your bank and especially Tim Corr for sticking by me with this loan and pulling me over the finish line. I have little education or background to write anything as I always had trouble in my English classes and being the only one in my family to finish high school, plus two years of college. It was an AA degree in electronics technology and nothing much to do with breadth electives such as public speaking etc.
Anyway here it goes. I attempted to do an easy FHA renewal of my 5% loan, but was about a week too late with the original one closing on time. I would have to start over from scratch with a hard to do loan or was stuck with what I had.
While looking into HUG on the internet I goofed and did a free rate savings check I thought through HUD. It turned out to be some non government site who told the world I may be in the market for a new loan. Tim Corr was the first to call me and I described my situation plus my bank wants me to start from scratch with 20% down new loan. He came up with suggesting a VA loan which had never come up before or even crossed my mind.
His estimates on, no out of pockets costs to me and I can have a new 3.25%, 30 year loan saving me over $400 a month on payments is everything I wanted or could hope for. I told him let’s do it! I now thank my stars Tim called first and I picked him. Since Tim was the first of several phone calls wanting my business and I was able to tell them I already picked someone and please not call back again. Same thing when I opened up my PC. Tim’s quick action paid off for your bank and for me.
I am old, pessimistic and not an easy client. My wife Tina was of no help with the paper work (used to be her job). Tim constantly gave me phone calls and emails of assurance and literally dragged me across the finish line! Whatever you pay Tim Corr, is not enough! Tim got me a great new loan, I now think I otherwise have never gotten (which will also be my last).
I thank you from the bottom of my heart,