We look at FHA, VA, and USDA, which are the three main government-insured loan programs, to help you pick the right program for your situation.
Welcome to our VA mortgage resource page! Here you will find great articles on VA purchase and refinance loans and a ton of how to articles describing the lending process from start to finish. You will also find articles of commonly asked questions by people just like you. We try hard to answer questions about VA loans in our blog posts. We are here to help make the home buying and refinancing process as pain free as possible. If you can’t find what you are looking for here, please feel free to Contact Us with any questions. We are here to help!
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Nearly all of these VA guidelines and rules will apply to a VA mortgage whether it is a purchase transaction or a refinance loan.
The VA mortgage has some wonderful benefits along with a few obstacles that borrowers need to understand. Learn the pros and cons of the VA loan and make a good, educated decision about your home purchase.
When using a mortgage lender, the purchase of a home will always require an appraisal. However, the Veterans Administration goes an extra step with their loans by providing a home appraiser to determine if the property meets VA minimum property requirements.
In the most basic of terms, VA Second-Tier Entitlement gives a qualified military person the ability to have two VA mortgages out simultaneously.
All properties designated as new, proposed, or under construction must have a valid builder identification number on file with the VA. If you are not yet approved, you will need to complete the following 3 documents to get a VA builder ID number.