Vetted VA was created to provide higher education and service to Active Duty, Veterans, and their Families by setting a standard of behavior for all professionals that serve these consumers. We hold accountability as more than just a catchy word in a mission statement, it is what sets us apart.
Let’s be absolutely clear: Vetted VA is NOT a leads group. We are a TRAINING Group – We believe fully that all things in life are learned through Education, Experience, and Exposure. So we’ve developed multiple ways for you to train at any or all of those levels. And we believe that as a trained professional, your ability to positively help and impact the VA-eligible consumer has a higher chance of success than any other professional.
We’ve been building and training since 2019 – we’ve learned a lot and grown even more.
Because of that, we have rolled out some different training options that are built to fit your, and your team’s, needs around Education.
Why Active Duty
Vetted VA is a training and accountability program. Active Duty service is where your Education meets Experience and Exposure. We believe our training and your service to the community create in you the ability to be a stronger advocate, trusted source, and stop point for bad information in your communities.
In 2021 the Vetted VA Loan Officer Professional averaged 26 VA loans at an average of $376,793 loan amount. The Vetted VA Real Estate Professional averaged 20 VA transactions at an average of $394,990 in sale amount.
In 2022 the Vetted VA Loan Officer Professional averaged 15 VA loans at an average of $419,017 loan amount. The Vetted VA Real Estate Professional averaged 13 VA transactions at an average of $397,010 in sale amount.
When You Start
You will start at rank VVA1 – this is the EDUCATION segment – moving through our Basic Movements Courses and then engaging with the Handbook Testing. These courses and tests are broken down into easy chapters and courses to create a cadence of learning and movement through the training.
As you encounter the training you will also be meeting and engaging with other Vetted VA Professionals in the private Command & Operations Center (COC) group and working towards your Squad Placement. During all of this, you will engage with us with the Vetting process – it is constant, it is active, and it comes from a heart of service.
Once you’ve earned the rank of VVA3 you will be placed on the map of VettedVA.com, assigned a squad for your service rotation, and engaged with the EXPERIENCE and EXPOSURE segments of the training. Included will be more coursework to take over time and the opportunity to advance rank to begin teaching Vetted VA courses outwardly.
Accountability is Key
Any concerns, worries, or questions about this statement, or how Vetted VA works with Vetted VA Professionals, should be directed to any current Vetted VA Professional, Christopher, or Nathan. Just open the map and call any Vetted VA Professional and ask them directly all about their experiences and the expectations they serve to. We also desire that nothing we bring forth would be taken as sales or a promise of fulfillment, we merely need help to fulfill the mission and vision we are driven by and the request for services from the Veterans, AD, and Spouses we serve.
What it Costs
Financial: Annual baseline membership is $2,500 for Active Duty training – paid when you are sent the final onboarding invite and then re-enlistment annually on the anniversary of your entrance date as long as you meet minimum fitness standards of service (not production).
Time: you will serve in 1 of 8 squads, and you will have a dedicated Fire Team that covers the group as the first line of contact for 4 – 6 hours on your watch day. You will be expected to engage the community by encountering questions, problems, and concerns by citing sources, educating on topics, and providing empathy and support as they take on this journey to home ownership.