Tips and advice to help Veterans and military families get the most from homebuying
Buying a condominium with you VA home loan benefit is a great option. However, there are additional requirements that differ from purchasing a single-family residence or a multiunit complex.
If you're a Veteran and are looking to get a VA loan with no credit history, you may be wondering if it's possible. The short answer is yes, it’s possible to get a VA loan without having established credit.
Deciding what to do with your house when being deployed can be a difficult decision. Many active-duty military members sell or rent their home before deployment. Here are some pros and cons to consider before selling or renting your home.
Most states offer disabled Veterans property tax exemptions, which can save thousands each year depending on the location and the Veteran's disability rating.
VA lenders will take a deep dive into your finance to determine if you are eligible for a VA home loan. One of the most important metrics is the Debt-to-Income (DTI) Ratio.
Purchasing discount points on a VA loan can be a good investment for Veterans looking to lower their interest rate.
Reusing your VA loan benefits is definitely possible. Here we cover how that works and the two levels of entitlement – basic and bonus.