The experienced team at Veterans United has made owning the home I always wanted a reality. The process I thought to be overwhelming and stressful was more streamlined that I ever imagined. Thank you Veterans United!
Veterans United is the way to go when purchasing a home, these guys were there from the beginning to the end. When you called, they either answer the phone right then or they called you right back.
It was an outstanding experience $ I was overwhelmed with the attention given to providing myself with first class service....THANX You Veterans United
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I can't speak on behalf of all the staff at Veterans United however if you are as fortunate as I was to have been assigned Jacqueline Skirvin then you are in for a treat. Her team is very hardworking, kind, and understanding to your home buying experience. I am glad I choose Veterans United and would recommend them to others.
I would definitely recommend Veterans United to any vet that needs a loan or a refinance.
I would advice anyone who is looking to get a VA Loan with Veteran's United to ask for Alice Schneider if your in the Colorado Springs area. She's very professional and knowledgeable about the loan process and most of all she was respectful to me with my odd working hours. Sometimes I would be up for 10 hours on 3rd shift and she would just simply email me with no annoying phone calls waking me up during the day. It took us seven long months for our home to be finished and she was there for us!
The only thing good I can say about this company is they worked with us. They didn't seem to know what they wanted or what or how to get things inspected until after you paid for it. They would ask for paperwork, I would ask how to do it and do that and the next day after they said they got it and it was perfect they would ask for it in a different way. I spent an extra 1000 dollars on reinspections because of said mess ups. Overall they sucked and sadly I don't know if it was them or underwriting. I did hear the the system was changing how things were going to be done so if that is the reason for the mess ups then do what I suggested and close earlier then 7 days after the new year and avoid the problems.
I thought buying a home would be stressful, especially with it being my first time. Veterans United let me know up front on what I was going to need. They worked in a timely manner and always kept me informed throughout the whole process.
Ididnt have a computer made things very difficult. Begging for rides to a computer is not my cup of tea. But it worked out great, in the end just took longer then it should have.
The most hardest part of all this is finding the house you like to live in. When you do find the home its the bidding for it . If you bid goes trough;your VA loan working will set things up and explain what needs to be done. If you stress out like I do; called and they will help you out . Should have gone to them sooner.
VU clearly valued the opportunity to make my new home loan and worked hard to meet my deadlines .