Anyone recently use a VA home loan that you would recommend (which also has a low interest rate)? I'm looking at Veterans home united but they recently got fined for keeping some money off the difference for some type of transaction between them and their borrower so that definitely lost some credibility. I also do not want to use USAA since they're not so good with home loans...
I bet @Eric Weireter knows someone in NC that is either a veteran, or at least knows VA loans well.
@Peter Kim I used Navy Federal for my VA loan and everything has been pretty good :) This was almost 4 years ago. I'm going through Veterans United right now but I've only gotten to the pre approved stage and haven't found the right home yet. Can you show me a link to that negative information on Veterans United please :) I definitely don't want to do business with shady companies.
@Peter Kim , I have had a great experience with David Nedlin at Veteran Homebuyer's Network. He specializes in basically only doing VA Loans for the last 20+ years. Let me know the best email address to use for you if you'd like me to connect you two. Good luck!
I tried searching briefly about any scandals involving Veterans United and wasn't successful at finding anything related. What I will do is continue to move on forward with Veterans United and if I run into problems caused by them then I will definitely be warning others about them. Until this day though, I've heard nothing but good stuff about them and I've had plenty of recommendations which is why I started working with them for my next home. Navy Federal treated me good and hopefully, it turns out the same way for you. I can't use Navy Federal on my next purchase because they do not provide VA loans (and maybe non-VA loans) for quadplexes (4 unit home). Good luck!
Thank you for the link! I will definitely keep an eye during closing! :)
I decided that I would like to move into a quadplex so I started calling around. Navy Federal nor USAA provides VA loans for quadplexes. If I remember correctly, under the multi unit category, they only provide loans for duplexes. That's when I was referred to Veterans United. I honestly don't know the reason for it but Navy Federal does provide commercial loans so it seems a little ironic.