Veterans United Home Loans

Veterans United Home Loans
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Veterans United Home Loans is a dedicated VA Loan provider. We've helped thousands of military families learn more about their VA Loan benefits and financed more than $5.1 billion in mortgages in 2014. In the last five years, the number of VA homebuyers has more than doubled. With advantages like zero down payment, no private mortgage insurance and relaxed qualification standards, it’s not hard to see why real estate agents are advising their clients to go VA.  Veterans United Home Loans specialists have extensive knowledge of VA Loans, the mortgage industry and home buying process, so you know you and your military clientele are getting guaranteed expert knowledge and the most current and relevant information. We work with our clients one-on-one in order to answer questions for each Veteran's unique situations and ensure they understand their benefits. In fact, the Better Business Bureau has recognized our commitment to providing outstanding customer service with an A+ Rating and the 2013 BBB Torch Award, honoring companies committed to exceptional business practices and customer service. Although Veterans United is a VA-approved lender, we are not associated with the Department of Veterans Affairs or any government agency. NMLS #1907. 

Veterans United Home Loans

 •  December 12, 2014

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Veterans United Home Loans announced today a $1 million donation to Welcome Home, a Community for Veterans to begin construction on the on-site apartments. The announcement of the private gift was made by Veterans United employees, and took place at the site of the future complex at 2112 Business Loop 70 East in Columbia. Statewide ...

Veterans United Home Loans

 •  August 14, 2014

Active military and veterans can get jumbo home loans guaranteed by the VA. Interest rates are competitive, down payment requirements are much lower, and private mortgage insurance is waived. By ANYA MARTIN Aug. 14, 2014 10:37 a.m. ET - In his 30-year career with the Air Force, Chief Master Sgt. Jim Roy and his wife, Paula, lived in 12 different homes. When Mr. Roy retired last year, the couple settled down in a home of their own—with a little help from the VA. Charmed by the friendly people and mild winters, the Roys decided on the ...

Veterans United Home Loans

 •  July 20, 2014

By Karen Jowers, Staff writer - 12:01 p.m. EDT July 20, 2014 - Some veterans are losing out when they make a bid for a house because the seller — or the seller’s real estate agent — doesn’t want to deal with a VA loan. Real estate markets in some areas have rebounded from the mortgage crisis of a few years ago to the point that houses are being ...