Anything but Chase or Bank of America (aka Bank of Hell).
At BofA, the appraisers have their heads up their a$$es, so they don't realize that houses are actually worth more than they appraise them for. In other words, they give low-ball appraisals and kill a lot of otherwise good deals.
At Chase, they don't know their a$$ from a hole in the ground, and loan officers are incompetent. They will wait until a couple days before closing to notify the buyer's agent that there is a missing document or two, and the realtors will need to write addendums to extend the closing because one day will not be enough time for the lender to review and process the documents.
Mom is a realtor; Two recent experiences with houses she had listed.