Orlando, FL (PRWEB) May 19, 2015
For active duty military and veterans seeking a loan to move into a new home, there's huge value in working with a company that understands their unique circumstances intimately. The recently launched Booyah Mortgage, which is completely veteran owned and operated, specializes in helping veterans and active duty military get the best VA loan possible.
Experts agree, the sad truth is that many mortgage companies have little care about veterans who approach them for their services and instead only focus on their own bottom line and turning as much of a profit as possible. Fortunately, alternatives for veterans exist, where there best interest is a top priority. In Florida, one that is gaining momentum, is the recently launched Booyah Mortgage. Booyah Mortgage located in Orlando,FL is veteran owned and operated, ran by a United States Marine who saw firsthand the lack of ethical treatment veterans and active duty military personnel were receiving from the mortgage industry and wanted to do everything in his power to help solve this problem. The response has been absolutely enthusiastic.
“I have over 13 years’ experience in VA mortgages and as a fellow veteran my clients' best interest is always the first thing in my mind,” commented Shane Johnson, owner and operator of the company. “There's really been shameful treatment of our active duty members and veterans by mortgage companies, and we feel this is not an acceptable way to treat anyone – and especially not those who have risked or are risking their lives for all of our freedom. When a veteran or active duty military person comes to Booyah Mortgage they can feel confident they are working with someone who understand their lifestyle, their challenges and their experiences. It's a win/win all around.” You can also visit our Facebook page for daily VA Mortgage updates and our daily Booyah Mortgage VA Question of the day.
According to the company, they are more than happy to answer any question, large or small, veterans or active duty military members may have about mortgages day or night. It's their belief with such a large life decision knowledge is power, and the more knowledge the person has before signing for their VA mortgage the better.
Booyah Mortgage is also an expert in helping applicants overcome some of the most common VA mortgage hurdles, which often slow down or stop veterans from getting their maximum benefit out of the process. The company is even able to offer mortgages with a drastically lower credit score than most other companies accept, another clear sign of how Booyah Mortgage goes above and beyond to help their clients.
Feedback concerning the company has been incredibly positive.
"Words of Praise and Gratitude In the early part of October, my family and I were in the midst of selling our home in FL and purchasing a new home in TN. Due to some issues that arose in the purchase of the new home, we found ourselves temporarily homeless. However, the mortgage officer from my original company put us in touch with Shane Johnson. Immediately I received a phone call from a Marine by the name of Shane Johnson. Shane was absolutely phenomenal in taking a very bad situation and turning it into a very wonderful success story. His can do attitude was obvious from the very first conversation that I had with him. Because of his previous tenure with the military, he understood all that we as a military family were going through at the time. He was relentless it getting the right people motivated to get everything that was needed to get the house in TN closed for us in a record time of less than two weeks. "
Chaplain Willis (US Army Colonel)
Booyah Mortgage Mission Statement!
“A "Veteran" -whether active duty, discharged, retired, or reserve- is someone who, at one point in his life, wrote a blank check made payable to "The United States of America," for amount of "up to, and including his life." That is honor. And there are way too many people in this country today, who no longer understand that fact. My mission is to ensure that we give back to those who wrote that check.”