Miguel Rosinski is an energetic and passionate Veteran of the United States Navy who served for more than 20 years. Now, in the mortgage industry, Miguel is honored to be able to help his fellow Veterans achieve the American Dream of homeownership. He believes in building lasting relationships with his customers and can offer a true understanding of the things Veterans and service members go through. When he’s not at work, Miguel enjoys spending time with his wife and three kids. Together, they share two German Shepards and love to watch movies, play outside and enjoy time with their church's fellowship.
Very professional and responsive to questions and concerns
Miguel was super helpful and I always available to answer any and all questions. Definitely the goto guy. I appreciated him tremendously.
He is a superb counselor.
The professional way he handled everything ,made us feel very at ease.
Miguel was very professional and responsive to all of my questions and my unique situation. He helped me navigate the Veterans United site with the DocuSign forms and explained the process from start to finish. He both knowledgeable and capable in his field.
Miguel was extremely personable and knowledgeable. This was my first home and he explained all aspects of the process as well as educated me on the loan market. Miguel also assisted in finding me an excellent real estate agent that help me find the home I was looking for. Throughout the process all the way to closing, Miguel was always responsive and forward leaning. Miguel is a great professional and would recommend him to my closest friends and family.
Miguel made it so easy to understand everything from start to finish. Great communication and work ethic. Never failed to inform me of every curve ahead. Thanks for making this simple.
I tried doing this in the civilian market a few years ago and lost a lot of time and money.
All I needed to do was remember I had a battle out there.
Thanks for everything you helped me out with brother, Hope you have a hell of a year.
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