Marty Gaddie is a loan officer at Veterans United Home Loans. He was born and raised in Elizabethtown. His father served two years in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War and his grandfather served in the U.S. Army during WWII. Marty is closely tied to the local community and strives to give back to the local veterans through his work. As a loan officer, Marty provides excellent customer service and can help any homebuyer reach their goals of owning a home. Marty lives in Elizabethtown with his wife, Devan, daughter and son.
|Address||5001 N Dixie Highway Suite 101, Elizabethtown, KY 42701|
Marty was easy to work with if had a question about anything no matter what the time of day was he got back to me one word for Marty is he is awesome !!!
Marty was beyond excellent. He did such a great job keeping us informed and answering any and every question that we had, even after business hours! He made himself available to us at all times and reassured us along the way. He made this stressful, big decision- very smooth, easy, and positive. This was such a smooth process for us and I know he is to thank for that!
This loan process was super easy and simple!! I processed everything online, so convenient!! Highly recommend.
He answered every question we had by phone or text both day and night. We were really impressed at the speed he responded. Buying a home can be frightening but he put us at ease throughout the process.
Marty was always available when I needed him and always a positive energy to have during what could have been a very stressful process!
Always available and extremely helpful! Always made me feel like I was talking with a friend.
I appreciate Marty from beginning to the end. Also, I must give kudos to Christine who helped with making my loan process easy. Thank you both very much for making our dreams come true!!!!
Very professional and made the process painless
Always kept me informed Did a great job of explaining the process
Marty was amazing. He went above and beyond to help me in getting all my paperwork in order for my loan. I couldn’t have asked for anyone better.