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Veterans United Press Kit and Brand Guidelines

The Veterans United Home Loans brand is centered around creating a clear message that communicates our company’s services for those who served.

Every element of the Veterans United brand — from fonts, colors, logos and photography — is carefully selected to ensure we are offering top quality and easy-to-access information to every audience we reach.

This page gives you quick access to the cornerstone of our brand or logo, as well as more detailed information about our brand standards and guidelines. Please keep in mind that these materials remain the property of Veterans United Home Loans and any unauthorized use is prohibited.

If you have any questions or concerns about the Veterans United brand, contact our art department.


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Logos

Whenever you use Veterans United Home Loans name, or logo in your marketing materials, you must include this legal line:

“NMLS #1907 (www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org). A VA approved lender; Not endorsed or sponsored by the Dept. of Veterans Affairs or any government agency. Equal Opportunity Lender. Licensed in all 50 states.”

Please reach out to creative@vu.com if you have if you need additional assets or have questions regarding logo use.

Veterans United Facts

  • $16.4 billion
    in loans financed in 2019
  • No. 17 on the 100 Best Companies to Work for List
    published by Great Place to Work and Fortune in 2020
  • More than $50 million
    raised for nonprofit charitable arm, Veterans United Foundation since Nov. 2011
  • More than 3,000 employees
    in more than 20 states

Featured In

  • Chicago Tribune
  • Los Angeles Times
  • Yahoo! Finance
  • US News & World Report
  • CNN Money
  • The New York Times
  • INC 500

Media Team

John Quin
Director of Communications, Veteran
(800) 814-1103 ext. 4540
john.quin@vu.com

Chris Cline
Senior Media Relations Specialist
(573) 817-4523
communications@vu.com

Meet The Expert

Chris Birk
Author, The Book on VA Loans

Chris is the nation’s leading expert on VA Loan benefits. He authored The Book on VA Loans in 2011, and maintains the VA Loans Insider blog. Chris writes about military home buying and the mortgage industry for a host of sites and publications, from Zillow’s Mortgages Unzipped and About.com to the Huffington Post and Motley Fool. Members of the media may request a free copy of The Book on VA Loans to learn more about the VA loan program.

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