When Air Force MSgt Mark Robinson and his wife, Sarah, went looking for homes they explored thousands of options. They had to be selective because their son, Mason, has a brain disorder and several other daily challenges.
The Robinson family found assistance from Veterans United Home Loans and Veterans United Realty in a way that ensured Mason could be happy and comfortable.
“Stick with somebody that understands," Robinson said. "It makes things go so much smoother if you have a company, a realtor, financing that understands military life."
Veterans United Foundation, the charitable arm of Veterans United, also donated $2,500 so the family could purchase two racing chairs for Mason to participate in marathons.