We've had customers tell us that our mortgage lending staff was "a blessing" during their process of buying or building a home. That goes well beyond, "Good job." And so we offer here examples of customers who feel they have benefitted from their relationship with Community National Bank & Trust in personal ways.

Customer Service
I have been purchasing homes for many, many years and have worked with a variety of different lenders. Never have I worked with anyone better than your mortgage team. They provided the best customer service I ever encountered with any lending institution. There was a return phone call within minutes, not days or hours. We never felt rushed or hurried along. All of their efforts were put into our loan. All banks are not the same. Your team proved that. We meant something to the bank, we became part of the family, and they made this a very joyful experience for us.
– Lynn and Dave Safford

Personal Service
Do yourself a favor. If you're buying a home or building one, go to Community National. You can't go wrong with them. We built our dream home. The team at CNB&T pretty much took care of everything including the interim loan bank and the insurance company. I began to think something must be wrong, because it was all going so smoothly! My mortgage lending team did everything possible. They even drove from Corsicana to Plano to close the loan. I've worked with other mortgage officers, but never with this level of personal service.
– Matt Kosarek

From A to Z
Whatever I needed, the folks at Community National Bank & Trust took care of me. They helped to gather up all the financials, even tricky documentation that required calls to my former bank. They walked me through my FHA loan process from A to Z. The mortgage lending staff stayed calm no matter what was going on. Then at closing, I was surprised to find that they had paid part of the closing costs out of my escrow account and that saved the money I needed to furnish my new home. I would recommend Community National to anyone who has a mortgage need.
– Thomas Garrett