Captain Jamison: Trouble with mortgage lenders

Rapid City, SD

“He applied for a short sale and was denied over and over again for nine months. He came to me, I reached out to the Miss April and after reaching out in about two weeks the bank responded and said the short sale was approved.”

When a servicemember couldn’t get anywhere with his mortgage lender, Captain Jamison helped him submit a complaint.

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