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Tim Gatz

Loan Officer at Capital Financial Group

Tim has over 17 years of experience as a Senior Loan Officer.  He is passionate about his work and loves helping people, he finds this truly gratifying.  He believes in integrity, honesty, trust, and dependability.  Tim is always staying on top of industry changes and has a loan for everyone!

Tim went to Maine South High School and graduated in 1990.  He then went to Carthage College to earn a double major in Business Administration and Marketing.  He also played four years of football while attending Carthage College.  Tim grew up and still resides in Park Ridge and is proud to have many of his clients reside there too.  Tim is married to his wife Jennifer and they have 3 beautiful daughters- Taylor, Madison & Reagan. 

He loves golfing, coaching his daughters travel softball teams and spending time with his family at their lake house in Powers Lake, WI.


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Call Tim Gatz at (847) 944-1462.

Education and Experience

Tim graduated from Carthage College in Kenosha, WI in 1994
    Bachelors- Business Administration & Marketing (double major)
    Minor- Economics

Bank One Financial Services - 1998

Chicagoland Home Mortgage - 1999-2008

1 AM/First Advantage Mortgage- 2008-2015 3 time President's Club Winner given to Top Producers!

Tim is very excited about his new position with Capital Financial Group a division of Midwest Equity Mortgage, LLC


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Tim Gatz
Tim Gatz
Tim Gatz
Loan Officer
NMLS #222462
Phone: (847) 944-1462
Fax: (888) 374-3138
Cell: (847) 502-5884

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