Everyone was extremely helpful ,and professional. Solved any problems before they happened !
Working with Wesley Earl and Miranda was the best experience ever, especially being a first time home buyer. They made things seem so easy and stress free. I enjoyed them. I am the happiest person ever. This is like a dream come true and I would like to thank them for working so hard to make all of this possible. Team Wesley Earl!
We had a great experience with Veterans United and would highly recommend using them for a VA Loan as we did.
You served this country, Veterans, let this country serve you! No down payment, no post mortgage insurance (a sizable payment over time), and lower than market interest rate (another sizable payment over time). Veterans United led me thru the steps that ended with a home of my own with a cost achievable.
This was the first time I have used any of my VA benefits and I was very happy with everyone.
It was a great experience! I highly recommend VU!!!
I am Retired Air Force and we decided to use our VA benefits to purchase our new home. I had heard all the horror stories about how difficult working through a VA loan can be. I can honestly say that buying our home with Veterans United was hands down the VERY BEST experience we have ever had making a major purchase. The process is extremely efficient and well managed, we had zero problems or delays. Ross Pierson, Tim Overshiner and the entire team were OUTSTANDING!! Their professionalism was second to none and you can really tell they genuinely enjoyed helping us purchase our home!If you are thinking about using the VA to buy your home I HIGHLY recommend Veterens United!!
Overall great experience!
Veterans United is an amazing company to buy a home through. Lenders are easy to work with and very knowledgeable. I would recommend them to everyone.
I am a National Guard soldier deployed in Iraq. The only hiccup along the way in this process dealt with W-2's. I was asked multiple questions multiple times to verify why my w-2's didn't match up. Once I let Eric's team know that whomever was reviewing my w-2's was only looking at one of my w-2's, not both of them. Once Jessica figured out the mistake, it was addressed right away.