Branch Manager Beth Fletcher grew up in the Cache and Lawton area and graduated from Cameron University with a Bachelors in Business Administration with an emphasis in Marketing. She started her career on the banking side of the industry in 1997 and has been in the mortgage lending business since 2006. She joined Veterans United Home Loans in June 2011 and is dedicated to making your homebuying experience smooth and hassle free! She loves that she gets to help her borrowers through this important decision in their life and make the dream of homeownership to a reality. She also strives to provide excellent service to everyone involved with the loan process - from agent to borrower to underwriter!
One of the best persons I have ever met. Beth is a very professional, knowledgeable loan officers in the business.
Beth and her team are great at what they doThanks to sll
Beth Fletcher was phenomenal. She made the process easy for me and my wife. We were definitely pleased with her professionalism.
I had a great experience working with her.
She was great! I could always reach her, she explanned everything to me so it was easy to understand. Very patient and knowledgeable
Beth was great to work with and I am appreciative for all she did to ensure we were able to purchase our home easily.
Home buying is always very nervewrecking. However this one was a different one. There wasn't a lot of communication about the process and who individuals were. We had multiple people reaching out at different times and if we hadn't asked Ms. Corina who each person was and for what reason, it would of continued to be confusing.It seemed to be a bit difficult to get responses for somethings and it was a very hands off approach. Meaning we were sent documents to sign, and thankfully we were checking email regularly to know we had documents to sign. Otherwise it wasn't really communicated much and they weren't dissused as to what we were signing and why. We went through it all ourselves and had some hiccups with some being off, and closing being changed 3 different times without it communicated.It would be a better experience to have that more direct hands-on to ensure individuals.understand what they're signing and why and the ability to ask questions, etc. An easy teams/zoom meeting can be created for that.