Using Veterans United has made my first home buying experience a wonderful journey. It was so nice to use benefits I have earned serving my country and I was so worried on who to go with for my first home purchase. VU and my team worked quickly and kept me informed of everything I needed to do and processed it all in a timely manner. my wife and I are now in a beautiful home in Ocean Shores Wa. I just did a refi after only 10 months and now I am saving more money and cost me nothing. Cant say enough. it was a smooth transaction and highly recommend them for your VA loans
I can wholeheartedly recommend Veterans United for any veteran seeking to purchase or refinance their home. They are professional, personable and their expertise shines through. If you're a veteran looking to purchase a home and you've landed on Veterans United, you don't need to go any further. This is the team that will help you.
Molly, Shane, staff are all helpful and polite. made it very easy for me to navigate the process. the website is easy to use and understand. appreciate the convenience!
Applying for a mortgage with Veterans United is done totally online. With that said, they made the entire experience very user friendly and transparent. If at any time there are questions you can still talk to a loan team member. This was an extremely smooth process.
When we started our refinance, we were in a bit of a time crunch. Ryan helped get the process going quickly, he was quick to respond to questions, and the process went very smooth and painless. They had the notary at our house the morning we were set to leave for Switzerland for 3 weeks, so everything would be wrapped up by the time we left. The professionalism was impeccable, and the process seamless! I would definitely reccomend Veteran's United to anyone! Well done!
Thanks to everyone. I will definitely recommend Veterans United to anyone looking for a great home buying experience.
Matt Ponder and his team worked to ensure our refinance was a success, and good for our fit our needs without compromising our ability to keep equity in our home.