David Rosenthal
Mortgage Loan Officer

David Rosenthal
Mortgage Loan Officer

Contact Information
12980 Metcalf Ave.
Suite 310
Overland Park, Kansas, 66213
(785) 218-8254(785) 218-8254
Day of the WeekHours
Monday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Available by phone and email after hours and on weekends.
Mortgage Loans
  • Conventional Loans
  • FHA Loans
  • Hero Loan Program
  • VA Loans

About David Rosenthal

NMLS: 878495

David has been in the mortgage industry since 2001 and makes himself freely available to his borrowers during the loan process including evenings and weekends; and promises to respond quickly to keep them informed as we work through this together.

As a graduate of the University of Kansas with an Economics Degree David uses his knowledge and years of experience to work with each client to discover their needs to make sure they receive the best mortgage option to suit their specific situation.

Outside of mortgage, David and his wife spend time traveling. Within the past few years, they have had the opportunity to watch their son play soccer in various countries around the world. As a family, they also enjoy spending time with their two Golden Retrievers.

Armed Forces Bank has proudly served active and retired military clients for more than 100 years, with more on-base locations than any military bank in the U.S. Armed Forces Bank specializes in VA mortgage loans and offers checking and savings accounts, money markets, CDs, personal military loans and lines of credit. This is who we are.


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