Tips and advice to help Veterans and military families get the most from homebuying
The VA has a form of home requirements known as the Minimum Property Requirements (MPRs) to ensure the property is a safe and sound investment for the homebuyer. Below we break down these requirements and how they differ from a traditional home inspection.
With mortgage rates on the rise, a temporary buydown can make homebuying more affordable for Veterans and military families.
The average closing timeline for VA buyers is marginally different from conventional loans. Here we take a look at the average time to close and what factors play into that timeline.
When you're ready to make an offer, typically, the best way to show you're serious is by including earnest money. Below we detail what earnest money is, how to get it back, and what you need to know about contingency agreements.
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.
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?
Here we take a look at discharge scenarios and who is eligible for a VA loan after leaving service.
A guide for new homebuyers on the basics of negotiating your first home purchase.
Savvy homebuyers can snag great deals when buying a home during the winter months, which are traditionally the housing industry's slow season.
There are many reasons VA loans may get denied in the underwriting process. Here we look at the most common and what you can do to mitigate issues as you near closing.
Is using a VA Cash-Out refinance as a method of debt-consolidation a good idea?