How to Get a VA Certificate of Eligibility Letter
Are you a veteran or an active-duty service member looking to buy a home? If so, then you may need to obtain a VA Certificate of Eligibility letter (often called a “COE”). This document is crucial for accessing the benefits…
Ultimate Guide to Co Borrowers On Your VA Loan
A co-borrower is someone who shares responsibility for the loan with you. Co-borrowers can help you qualify for a loan, but there are some things to consider before…
How Buying A Home During Permanent Change Of Station Could Make Life Easier
If you’re in the military, then you know that change is inevitable. Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders can arrive suddenly. This can cause you to quickly relocate to a new place.
Debt Consolidation for Veterans
As a veteran, there are options available that cater specifically to your unique needs. Let’s take a closer look at how veterans can benefit from debt consolidation loans and why they may be the best option for you.
When Is The Best Time to Refinance to Pay off Your Debt
Refinancing your mortgage is the process of taking out a new mortgage loan to pay off an existing loan. When refinancing to pay off debt, if the new loan has a lower interest rate than the existing loan it is possible to save money by…
5 Strategies for Strengthening VA Loan Applications
VA loans provide an excellent opportunity for active duty service members, veterans, surviving spouses and their families to buy a home. But, with eligibility requirements, some
4 Things VA Lenders Don’t Tell Veterans
The VA does not set a minimum credit score for VA loans. However, most lenders will require a minimum credit score of 640 or 620. Some lenders may require an even higher credit score, but these minimum score levels are not necessary.
Mistakes Veterans Make When Getting VA Loans
Without a complete understanding of the VA loan process, veterans can sometimes make expensive mistakes. Misunderstanding the VA Funding Fee or failing to properly document income are just two mistakes that veterans may make.
Can You Buy a Horse Farm With A VA Loan?
Veterans can purchase a horse farm home that has many acres with a VA loan from HomePromise. The VA appraiser has to find homes nearby that have sold recently with similar acreage. There isn’t a limit on the number of acres but the larger…