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You can use your VA loan benefit for a variety of property types. Here we will get into how to purchase a newly built home with a VA loan, and how to get the best deal.
It’s absolutely possible for applicants to earn VA loan approval if they have been employed at their current job for less than two years. But it depends on your specific income and employment situation, the lender and more.
From apartments, condos, manufactured homes, barndominiums, tiny homes, co-ops, and single-family homes — modern real estate has come a long way. But what all is eligible for a VA loan?
VA loan entitlement can be a confusing subject. Here we break down VA loan entitlement, the different types and how that affects your maximum loan amount.
VA rehab and renovation loans are the VA's answer to an aging housing market in the United States. Here we dive into this unique loan type and the potential downsides accompanying them.
VA lenders will need to take a look at your income in order to qualify you for a home loan. While there is no cap on how much money you can make as a VA borrower, you will need to understand that not all income you make can be counted on your VA loan application.
Nobody can predict when large unplanned expenses will land on your lap. Whether you need immediate surgery, lose your job or need urgent home repair, it’s always a good idea to have an emergency fund.
The VA funding fee is a governmental fee required for many VA borrowers. However, some Veterans are exempt, and the fee varies by VA loan usage and other factors. Here we explore the ins and outs of the VA funding fee, current charts, who's exempt and a handful of unique scenarios.
Most states offer disabled Veterans property tax exemptions, which can save thousands each year depending on the location and the Veteran's disability rating.