Jenn S Fem
USAA rub stamps loans not VA lendable
USAA Mortgage is supposed to be an advocate for veterans and military members. THEY clearly are not. We qualified for a VA Mortgage loan in 2006 - the VA inspector did not actually inspect the property, it was jerry rigged with bad water, black mold hidden, bad electrical, easement issues left and right, no water, septic on neighbors property and the list goes on. When we started to be aware of these issues 10 days after closing and then found out that USAA robo signed our mortgage documents with a water report that was not even from the subject property - we were furious. USAA did not indemnify and revoke the contract - assist us or anything. The property did not meet any of the VA lending requirements that you think USAA of all lenders would be familiar with of all things. So now we have a foreclosure and can't even buy another home. USAA hangs up on us - the VA sends us through multiple transfers until we end up disconnected. We are victims of contract fraud and USAA and the VA cannot even sell the property for $199,000 and we had bought it for $417,000 in 2006. Buyers beware and trust no one, especially real estate agents, the VA and USAA - another greedy corrupt bank.
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