I hope the company can speed its pre approved time line up a bit. Get cought up with the rest of the world. At times it felt like vets was trying to just trust us then give us the letter. Every transaction comes with a risk. Thank you.
The Veteran's United Team helped me close on a house in just 2 and a half weeks so I would have somewhere to live before starting my new job. The entire team was excellent and I highly recommend them for anyone looking to buy a house!
The staff is very professional, knowledgeable and were always on top of details needed for moving forward in the process. Jess Manfredi was exceptional in ensuring we stayed on our timeline to get to closing.
Absolute pleasure to work with. It took 2 years for me to qualify for a mortgage and they were helpful and patient with me throughout. The team is fantastic!
Extremely helpful and answered all of my questiobs quickly and professionally.
Too many hoops to jump through. Some bordering on ridiculous. Not accepting a certain appraisal because he's not on "the list"?
Amazing group of people We purchased a home “for sale by owner” and everyone involved went above and beyond. Answering questions from both parties buyer and seller. I did not know what to expect because this was our first home but they treated us with the most respect and where so helpful.
Mike Dapkus and his team were fantastic. They were always approachable if I had questions to ask and 9/10 times they answered my question before I was able to ask it showing their knowledge and great customer service.
Very painless (well as painless as getting a home mortgage can be) process.
My experience with Veterans United Home Loans was amazing! They had my loan processed in no time flat! Lisa and Jess worked together very well to make a dream come true of being a homeowner. My lenders were very thorough but made the process very pain free! Would recommend for anyone to use.
My case was complicated. Your service was professional.
It appeas that you could save time/money by either electronically providing documents, or mailing them via hardcopy, but not both. I'd ask the customer what they prefer, and then use that method. Both seems excessive.