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Suntrust Mortgage

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About Suntrust Mortgage

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SunTrust (now Truist) is a bank with a full range of online services, as well as in-store offerings in select locations nationwide. SunTrust provides multiple mortgage types, refinancing and other loan options. You can apply online for its standard and unconventional mortgage products.

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Pros

  • Online application
  • Standard and unconventional loans
  • Multiple loan types

Cons

  • Unclear terms
  • Limited information online

Bottom Line

SunTrust offers standard and unconventional mortgages, refinancing and other loans. While its application terms and requirements are unclear, its online application makes it easy to get started if you need a mortgage.

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What is SunTrust?

SunTrust is an American banking company that offers multiple types of mortgage and refinancing options. It was named one of the 2019 Best Mortgage Lenders by NerdWallet for its refinancing and loan options with low and no down payments. It employs local loan officers and provides online applications so you can easily and conveniently get started on the mortgage borrowing process.

SunTrust mortgage types and services

SunTrust offers several mortgage options. Its most popular programs include fixed-rate mortgages and FHA, VA and USDA loans. Its more specialized loans include a loan program for doctors and dentists, premier loans for high-income earners in expensive neighborhoods and affordable financing for low-income buyers. It also offers refinancing for qualified applicants.

Potential homebuyers can easily apply online with SunTrust or in person with the help of its loan officers. The online application is intuitive and easy to use, and it walks you through every step.

SunTrust mortgage rates

Mortgage rates change daily — sometimes multiple times within a day. This makes understanding specific loan rates and affordability difficult, but as of publication, SunTrust’s rates were fairly competitive, ranging from 2.9% to 4.6%. SunTrust also offers discount points for lower rates and more affordable payments. Its rate calculator lets you estimate your costs at any given time.

SunTrust mortgage FAQ

Where is SunTrust available?
SunTrust doesn’t disclose where its services are available on its website. If you’re interested in its mortgages, contact a representative to see if it services your area.
Does SunTrust offer refinancing?
Yes. SunTrust offers interest rate reduction refinancing for veterans and cash-out refinancing.
Does SunTrust sell its loans?
This is unclear. The SunTrust site doesn’t mention whether or not it sells its loans.
What mortgage payment options does SunTrust offer?
SunTrust offers a few payment options, including one-time payments, SurePay recurring payments and biweekly mortgage plans. You can easily pay online if you have a SunTrust bank account.

Is SunTrust a good mortgage company?

SunTrust is a nationally known company in the financial industry. Its interest rates seem comparable to other banks’, and its more specialized loan programs, like those for doctors and entrepreneurs, might be ideal for certain borrowers. However, its specific loan terms are difficult, if not impossible, to find, and other general info is pretty limited, so it’s probably wise to contact a loan officer directly for more support and information.

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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Oct. 9, 2021

I listed my home in Washington, DC for sale the same month the first case of Covid was diagnosed in the US. Secondary, to DC restrictions on activity my condo was not able to be shown, no open houses were allowed and a massive exodus started from the city center. After approximately, 8 months, I opted in to the forbearance while I waited for a buyer.

The house went under contract and the payoff amount they provided was over $45000 more than the payoff shown on the Suntrust website. It increased by not only the forbearance amount BUT they have me no credit for the forbearance funds that were paid on my behalf. The closing was held up for 4 days with the required loan payoff changing and no one at the bank able to resolve the issue. I was forced to pay the loan amount, plus over $45000 which I paid to close even though none of the payments made while in forbearance were ever credited to the amount Suntrust required for payoff.

The payoff could not be reconciled by the bank; they provided varying numbers and had both myself and the law office on hold in excess of 6 hours on 3 days. It was no different than them holding a gun to my head and taking my money. I have had 4 mortgages over my life with SunTrust and always had a positive experience until June of this year. Beware. The banks were got bailed out by the taxpayer for no problem robbing the US consumer and seem to have oversight or punishment that would land a private citizen in jail.

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Rated with 1 star
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Original review: Sept. 29, 2021

All it took was a few questions to determine the refi wouldn’t work but she ran credit anyways without my permission. Asked very politely for a call back. Never received one. Sarah ** will respond to an email but will not get on the phone. Lack of clarification on the product being offered.

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    Rated with 1 star
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    Original review: Sept. 15, 2021

    Horrible customer service. The loan representative never returned phone calls or emails. We tried to refinance our loan we've had with SunTrust for 18 years and we were put off for several months before we could even submit our paperwork. We were told they were just too busy to take the paperwork. Then when we were finally able to submit a request for refinance, that took months before we had any feedback except for their requests for more information. We were finally told we qualified and the loan was moving forward then suddenly, we were sent an email saying we didn't. I tried to call and ask how we may continue to pay the higher monthly payment at a higher interest rate but we didn't qualify to pay a smaller monthly payment with a lower interest rate. They never responded. Horrible company. We just refinanced thru a different company. Stay away from SunTrust.

    3 people found this review helpful
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    Original review: Aug. 23, 2021

    I was finally able to secure a Home Equity Line of Credit earlier this year after banks weren't offering them at all this time last year. The rate they did give me was good, but the the loan officer blatantly IGNORED all my questions and correspondence regarding my loan. I had to call her multiple times and when she ignored my calls, I had to call someone else to have me transfer me to her. When the appraisal came back as a low ball offer, I tried to contact her for an entire week for some recourse, but again she IGNORED all my voice mails and emails. She wouldn't even send me the the appraisal report. I had to call another rep just to get this. I reluctantly closed not being satisfied with the HELOC amount.

    Fast forward a few months later, my home value continues to sky rocket and I decided it may be a good time to request a line increase. So I called back to inquire about this and the next person I spoke to was originally very helpful and told me to call him back when I was ready to proceed. I called him back the very next day, and yet again, my message was ignored. I tried every day for about a week, but NEVER got a hold of him again. I eventually gave up. Luckily, I only have to keep this HELOC for three years before I can close without penalty, but rest assured when three years pass, I will definitely NOT be renewing. Why do Suntrust's reps tell you leave a message and a call back number if they have no intention to return your multiple calls?

    4 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 10, 2021

    I have been a long time customer. As my home loan is with them I checked in to a HELOC. They felt that this would go through so they submitted everything. Multiple attempts to get an answer with HORRIBLE lack of communication or just not responding at all. Then after 2 hard inquiries on my report they say that it was denied because I am a few points away from what score they needed! Could you not have told me this at the beginning so that a lot of time, effort and dings now to my credit report could have been avoided???? I am pulling my checking and savings accounts and going elsewhere!

    5 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: Aug. 10, 2021

    Our home loan has been transferred to Suntrust Now Truist and this is the first month of mortgage payment which is a huge mess. The mortgage was paid online on August 3rd and I have been getting an email from Suntrust that they have not received the payment. I have called several times and they warn that the wait time is about 25 minutes. I am now on hold for 45 minutes and no one is responding. It is pretty frustrating not being able to connect with customer service in this company.

    4 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: July 24, 2021

    They have zero customer service. Headed into our 3rd month trying to get a mortgage. Their online mortgage system simply DOES NOT WORK. And you (the stupid customer) pay the price. My loan officer keeps telling me sorry...sorry...sorry, because she can't make it their system work either and her manager is on vacation. She is trying - but their system simply does not work. All management at Truist seem to be on vacation all the time. They hide themselves well. Ask your real estate about BB&T/SunTrust/Truist BEFORE you apply with them. If they say, "stay away", then heed their advice. Truist has a BAD reputation among many people in the real estate business.

    7 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: May 21, 2021

    Numerous hours on the phone with SunTrust. Paid off my loan early due to poor customer service. It has been 93 days and still have not received a lien release in clear violation of State law. Complaints filed with the CFPB and the State Attorney General. I would never use this company again.

    12 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: March 30, 2021

    This bank is a complete mess. Was told I could close my mortgage 5 days ago and am stuck in a hotel because their closing department will not process our paperwork. Their mortgage consultants should have never told us we could move up our closing if they were not committed to actually doing it. We've adjusted travel plans and are stuck holding a huge hotel bill as a result. Will NEVER use this bank again.

    13 people found this review helpful
    Rated with 1 star
    Verified Reviewer
    Original review: March 25, 2021

    Waited on hold for literally 2 hours and 45 minutes. I could not wait any longer and had to hang up. Every minute or so recorded voice saying 'estimated wait time is 45 minutes to 1 hour'. Worst customer experience ever. Just disgusted.

    19 people found this review helpful
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    Suntrust Mortgage Company Information

    Company Name:
    Suntrust (Now Truist)
    Address:
    303 Peachtreet St, N.E.
    City:
    Atlanta
    State/Province:
    GA
    Postal Code:
    30308
    Country:
    United States
    Website:
    www.suntrust.com