Apply For A Joint VA Loan With A Cousin
If you’re a Veteran and want to apply for a VA mortgage with your cousin, then a joint VA loan might be the right way to go. The joint VA loan program allows Veterans and/or active-duty military members to use a joint borrower who is not a spouse or other Veteran. Most lenders won’t allow these kinds of loans and will block Veterans from buying a home with a sister, brother, mother, father, son, daughter, or someone who is unrelated. This program is fully available with HomePromise with no restrictions on who may be a co-borrower with the Veteran as long as the co-borrower is 18 or older, is a citizen or permanent resident and qualifies based on standard VA guidelines applicable to Veterans.
VA Loan & Refinancing Experts
The VA Home Loan benefit is the best mortgage choice for military members, Veterans, and their surviving spouses. For almost every Veteran, it is a better choice than a Conventional, FHA, or USDA loan. Best known as a no-money-down loan, the VA Home Loan benefit provides a low-fee option for military members, Veterans, and surviving spouses meeting the eligibility requirements set in place by the Veterans Administration.
“I just want to thank you very much for your work to help us refinance our loans. I know you had to do so much work for us and we really appreciate it. If I know anyone who wants to buy a home or refinance I will do my best to refer you to them. Again, thank you very much.”
“My mother recently had a refinance with HomePromise. The process was easy for her (and I) to follow. The loan representative, Chris Gaus was very helpful and responsive for the entire process and explained everything. I would definitely recommend this company.”