Caliber Home Loans Partners With Green Beret Foundation To Present VA Home Loan Training At All Transition Seminars Nationwide | Texas News


SAN ANTONIO, December 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – At the Green Beret Foundation, we couldn’t do what we do without the unwavering support of our network of donors and corporate partners. For this reason, we are grateful to share that we recently welcomed Caliber Home Loans as a new business partner.

Based at Coppell, Texas, Caliber Home Loans has a long history of proven commitment to the military community. Their contributions, which placed them in the top 3% in previous years for the Freedom Award, include support for Moving With The Military, which provides up to 10 makeovers to military and veteran families. every year ; impact grants to Gold Star families in need through the Inspire Up Foundation; sponsorship of various military spouses conferences and scholarship programs; the title sponsorship of Warrior Boxes, created for 500 wounded warriors at risk; partnership with the UDT SEALs Association, offering scholarship programs and educational resources to SEALs and their families; continued sponsorship of Warrior Games; and the newly created Military Spouse Advisory Council to address pain points for military families and veterans. Their commitment to the Green Beret Foundation now joins this large group of those fortunate enough to benefit from Caliber’s generosity.

“It is absolutely humbling that the Green Beret Foundation is even considering partnering with us and supporting their incredible mission to help the Green Berets and their families is an honor,” said the Lieutenant Commander of the Naval Reserve. Bryan bergjans, Caliber Senior Vice President and National Director of Military Lending. “For our team, the priorities are education, community engagement and always doing the right thing for those who serve. With this partnership, we hope to be able to add value to the vital programming provided by GBF, while remaining on the sidelines for any needs that may arise. “

As a corporate partner of the Green Beret Foundation, Caliber Home Loans will be heavily involved in various aspects of the mission, particularly in support of GBF VA transition seminars and VA loan training efforts. Brent Cooper, Executive Director of the Green Beret Foundation, notes that “Caliber Home Loans provides an important piece of the puzzle for our active duty and transitioning Green Berets and their families. Buying a home is such a nuanced process, especially when using the benefits of a VA home loan; Partnering with an organization such as Caliber Home Loans, which has the expertise to assist you through every step of this specialized process, is of tremendous added value for our community. “

About Caliber

Caliber is a recognized leader in the U.S. mortgage market with a diverse, customer-centric, buying-focused platform headquartered in Coppell, Texas. Caliber is an Authorized Dealer / Repairer for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, an Authorized Transmitter for Ginnie mae and is an authorized repairer for the FHA, VA, and USDA. Caliber has several service ratings from Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s, Fitch and DBRS.

About the Green Beret Foundation

The Green Beret Foundation (GBF) provides all generations of Special Forces soldiers and their families with emerging, immediate and ongoing support. GBF assists more than 5,000 Special Forces families each year. Since its inception, GBF has invested 84%, or 84 cents of every dollar, in its programs and services, totaling over $ 16 million that has directly supported the regiment and its families. GBF is the only non-profit organization solely dedicated to supporting Green Berets and their families that has achieved a 4-star rating with Charity Navigator. In addition, GBF is the only non-profit special operations organization accredited by the Department of Veterans Affairs for the preparation, presentation and prosecution of disability claims.

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