It was an amazing experience working with Network Capital and it's two employees, the Mortgage Loan Banker and the Close Processor, both did a good job working on my refinancing. They provided a high level of professionalism, honesty and responsiveness and reassurances during the process. On top of all areas of the process that made it quick to close. Keep up the good job! I would do it again with them no doubt about it. Once again, Thank You Network Capital and it's Team...
The entire experience from start to finish was a very easy and seamless process. We had heard other veterans that used different lenders that didn't have such an easy time. We are very thankful for Veterans United.
We originally applied for a loan with the company that held our mortgage. After 73 days they we're still playing games with us and we cancelled the application. We looked at farmer,s on line and Scott called within 10 minutes. He was extremely helpful. We started the process and 30 days later signed the loan. Scott was always available to answer question and help with the paperwork. We are very happy and would recommend Farmer's to anyone.
I would not do any loans with AIMLoan.com as they will adjust your Impound amount and then charge you a late fee for not submitting the changed amount. and send you to collections.
We missed adjusting our autopay but still paid enough to cover the Principal and Interest and most of the impound. I was short in in funding my impound account, which is way over what is ever paid out from and is not in risk of being short.
I had many other loans with other companies and was never tcharged a late fee not aken to collections for shorting the impound account. I have 3 loans with them and will never do another loan with them again.
Loved them/easy to work with/was my first mortgage when I purchsed my home 2010.Then I got sold off to Bank Of America/wasnt so thrilled with them. Sold off again to NationStar who is worse than Bank of America! So wish I could go back to Everbank--have been unemployed since early June 2014 /fell behind on mortgage payments due to unemploy. Just landed a full time job. Had a full time job for 10 years with the fed gov.Cant afford to refinance to a better bank. At 4,5% now 30 yrs FHA
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