There’s a big mortgage debate in Washington and vets are very much in the middle. The question is whether home loans should require at least 20 percent down.
Under new Wall Street Reform rules enacted last year in Washington borrowers in some cases will need 20 percent down.
No matter where you decide to move, a real estate agent will be ready to help you select and buy your home. But simply having a fancy card and Yellow Pages listing does not mean he or she knows and meets the needs of a military family in transition. Worse yet, prospective military homeowners may struggle to find a military-knowledgeable realtor in an area that lacks a military installation. With help from Veterans United Realty, looking for an understanding agent is easy. There are plenty of upsides to getting a real estate agent who knows the common concerns and questions of military families.
Only scammers lack the scruples to take military families’ possessions.
Moving companies scam military families by loading up everything they intend to move to their new home, and then demanding a higher price than they’d quoted for the military family’s goods to be delivered. As nice as it’d be for every scammer to get caught, it just won’t happen. Here are some steps you can take to ensure you employ honest movers.