Professional, friendly and organized.
First of all, thank you for your service. If you’re considering buying a home don’t waste time with a mediocre agent or company. They may can get the job done, but Veterans United is a one-stop-shop. VU will definitely have your six in the home buying experience from A-Z, guaranteed.
Along with Harris Giger, other people such as Adrienne Fleming and Ashley Newton did a fantastic job in making the entire home buying process very easy. They helped me at all hours of the day to answer my questions and explain exactly what was needed from me. They were all very polite and understanding that I had a lot on my plate and tried to help wherever they could. The whole team of people I dealt with really made me feel taken care of and not like I was being taken advantage of or scammed or just another customer, and I appreciate that. Thank you.
Amazing experience and awesome service.
This was my third time with Veterans United and it was great yet again. They don't leave you in the dark on anything!
IF your a vet you must go to vetraans united for your loan they work for you.
Thank you and I highly recommend this team to get a house bought or sold!
The process went fairly quickly. It’s best to ask as many questions as you can so you fully understand what needs to be done and when. Being prepared is in my opinion the easiest way to ensure things go as planned. Veterans United made sure I was taken care of and up-to-date on any new pieces of information.
Overall experience was fantastic! There was a small issue of communication that can improve with staff (not Brandon), but I also tend to get impatient when stressed, they did get back to me explaining the issues/questions I had. Stressful process and VA United made it pretty seamless and easy
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Veterans United is a good company in concept. I have closed on 4 homes. Each time my net worth and credit has grown significantly. This time I had the best credit I have had in my life and a very strong buyer. I say this because this was the most invasive and disorganized home loan process of all times I have closed. I am currently deployed and was up front about that and asked if this process was feasible from a distance. I was assured we would be fine I gave them 2.5 months to work with. Very little communication for the first month. The second month was very much constant communication. I provided above and beyond what I have ever provided, but they wanted even more. To the point it felt targeted or disorganized. We are a dual military family, and they just couldn't comprehend why my husband and I might be living separately. They asked very invasive questions that really had no place in the home buying process. I have nearly perfect credit, been in the military over 10 years, equity, and was $200k below my preapproved amount. I couldn't always access my computer and they would demand requirements that were either not necessary or they could have obtained using a little common sense. It really felt like they had never worked with Veterans. The night before I was supposed to close, they said they couldn't prove I was a Captain and need an email from my boss before I could close (mind you they have multiple documents proving this) and that this was the ONLY way I could close (I have an O-6 for a commander, they are not always available). I questioned them and the loan coordinator Cortne told me that was federal legislation. That is simply not true. Employment verification may be, but what they were doing was not. They are disorganized at best, and I am honestly surprised I made it to closing. The title company couldn't believe this lender and said they had never had such a poor experience with a lender either. I have actively told multiple Soldiers about this experience, and I don't think this is the same Veteran friendly company USAA is to Soldiers.
Response from Veterans United
Courtney, it is important to us that we work hard to provide excellent service, and we realize that the home buying process can become stressful when working to gather the required documentation. Licensed Underwriters comply with regulations to ensure loans are properly documented, and we work to make that process as easy as possible, though we do understand that it can feel invasive. We also understand how the home buying process can be frustrating, especially when needing further confirmation of information from your employers (even if that employer is the military). As you know, there are regulations that must be met in these situations and we have experience leading customers through the process. Team work is essential to our ability to deliver exceptional service and we have established means to prevent experiences like yours We are committed to finding out what may have caused you to feel this way and to ensure a better experience for future customers. While we cannot change the experience you had we are committed to accountability, exploring ways to improve, and seeking opportunities to continue serving you. Should you wish to share more information regarding this or any other matter, then please do not hesitate to connect with us and our client advocate team.