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Danny Reyna

Danny is a native Texan and has lived in the Austin area for over 16 years. He proudly served 4 years on active duty in the United States Air Force and 2 years in the Reserves. He has been a licensed Mortgage Loan Originator since 2010 and since joining Veterans United he has deepened his commitment to assisting our honorable military veterans with their mortgage needs.

Danny Reyna

Loan Officer NMLS #363294

Contact Information
Office 254-350-2250
Mobile 512-635-6798
Fax 254-350-2251
Email danny.reyna@vu.com
Address 1302 W Stan Schlueter LP
Ste. 100
Killeen, TX 76549

Reviews

See what 241 customers have said about Danny Reyna

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5 out of 5 Stars

He was professional, he kept in touch, made the process knowledgeable, and easy.

5 out of 5 Stars

Danny is AWESOME. Very professional and spot on. He made this experience stress free and was on top of everything every step of they way! Danny AWESOME job! Thanks for helping us get in to our dream home.

5 out of 5 Stars

Always available when we needed him. Danielle Martinez assisted in every way she could.

5 out of 5 Stars

Amazing company to work with. Very thorough and professional. Would recommend to friends and family. Thank you for making our home buying process as smooth as possible.

5 out of 5 Stars

Danny did a wonderful job! From the very beginning he answered all of my questions, and gave even more information than what I had asked for. Throughout the process he professional and patient with me, addressing any concerns I had without hesitation; and he worked with me to get the best interest rate possible.
Thank you so much, Danny for helping to make my home buying experience a smooth one!

5 out of 5 Stars

His availability. Truly the availability and follow up of how things were progressing made it very easing on my mind. Danny’s knowledge and ability to effectively communicate the process was what we needed to feel at ease through this process.The only thing that I would suggest is this. As a first time home buyer, I had no clue all the things you just can’t do. I did learn them however my suggestion would be maybe a counseling session after the preapproval process has begun walking the borrower through every phase of the loan process. I am in no way saying that I was unaware of the process. When I asked what was next, I got an answer immediately. What I am suggesting is a brief between loan officer and borrower that would take the borrower through each step. What items affect approval such as residual needed for VA loans or how maintenance costs are also factored in and how they affect the loan. Making sure they know not to open lines of credit or receive money that is being put towards the house.I believe a short session mainly for first time buyers would be extremely beneficial to both the lender and borrower so first time buyers understand what is about to come next and can track what’s coming upIf not that, then maybe having the myvu have a step by step tracker that the buyer can see and can know where in the process they currently state. Kind of like the Dominoes Pizza tracker but for the loan processGreat team. Great work and they will work hard for you. Thank you for this experience!

5 out of 5 Stars

Danny was with me every step of the way and would watch my back. Thank you Danny for helping me out throughout this whole process. Don't forget to thank the team as well.

5 out of 5 Stars

Kept us abreast of everything

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