MagazineMortgage

Better together: The united impact of the Veterans United Foundation

Battling the COVID-19 pandemic

Veterans United Foundation

In early March, as everyone started to prepare for a virus that they knew so little about, the Veterans United Foundation’s Erik Morse was working with other leaders in the community on what would eventually become the beginning strategy for how Central Missouri would battle the COVID-19 pandemic.

As board president for the Veterans United Foundation, the nonprofit charitable organization created and driven by the employees of Veterans United Home Loans, Morse found himself in conversations with other local leaders on what they could do to help early on in the pandemic. 

The rest of this content is for HW+ members. Join today with an HW+ Membership! Already a member? log in

Most Popular Articles

If Biden wins, what happens to Fannie and Freddie?

If former Vice President Joe Biden wins the White House, what will happen to the Trump administration’s plans to free Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac from conservatorship? For now, more conservatorship, said Jaret Seiberg, managing director of Cowen Washington Research Group.

Sep 14, 2020 By

Latest Articles

Shant Banosian becomes Guaranteed Rate’s first LO to originate $1 billion

Shant Banosian, the nation’s No. 1 loan originator, has become Guaranteed Rate’s first loan officer to fund $1 billion in loan volume in one year. Over the course of his decade-long career, Banosian has generated more than $4 billion in funded loans.

Sep 17, 2020 By
3d rendering of a row of luxury townhouses along a street

Log In

Forgot Password?

Don't have an account? Please