LendUS is proud to be partnering with the Military Makeover series hosted by Montel Williams, airing on Lifetime TV for the fifth time, and we’ve just recently wrapped filming the show’s 28th season.
In June 2021, LendUS partnered with the Military Makeover series hosted by Montel Williams for season 27 to help renovate Veteran Michelle Dingee’s home in Hollywood, Florida. During the week of filming, we covered how our LendUS family enjoyed volunteering their time while transforming her home. Now, catch the new upcoming season set to air on the Lifetime Network. The premiere is airing soon, so set your DVRs to record the episodes because here’s the schedule.
Our LendUS family is hard at work down in Hollywood, FL, helping Military Makeover hosted by Montel Williams on Lifetime TV remodel Veteran Michelle Dingee’s home. This week, employees from our various branches are volunteering to renovate Michelle’s dream home.
Filming for season 27 of the Military Makeover series hosted by Montel Williams airing on Lifetime TV has started, and LendUS couldn’t be prouder to partner with this show for the third time!
LendUS is excited to announce its second partnership with the Military Makeover series airing on Lifetime TV. The show, hosted by Montel Williams, enlists home improvement professionals to help renovate the homes of our nation’s Veterans.
LendUS has partnered with the Military Makeover series, hosted by Montel Williams, airing on Lifetime TV for a second time. The first time we partnered with the show, our LendUS team flew down and helped the Burgess family in Cape Coral, Florida. This time, a few of our LendUS employees spent a week in mid-March in Deerfield Beach, Florida, to volunteer their time to help the Daniels family.
To learn more about VA loans and the impact of LendUS’s participation in Lifetime’s show Military Makeover, we spoke with Gilbert, AZ Branch’s Area Sales Manager, Jared Paul. As a Loan Officer, Paul has been working to help homebuyer consumers, especially those who have served like himself, get the right mortgage loan program they can qualify for. Paul was on active duty in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1992 to 1996 and was on inactive status from 1996 to 2000. He has been working in the mortgage industry since then for 21 years now and counting.