Millennial and Generation Z Veterans helped drive the VA loan program to a record year. See which cities led the way in Veteran homebuying and experienced the biggest year-over-year gains.
The historic VA loan program backed an all-time record 1.2 million loans in Fiscal Year 2020. See which cities led the way in VA loan usage and growth year-over-year.
Veterans are turning to their home loan benefit in never-before-seen numbers, driven by rock-bottom interest rates and a surge in refinance interest.
During this unprecedented homebuying season, thousands of veterans are still closing on VA home loans every single week. But two parts of the process -- the VA appraisal and home inspections -- might look a bit different for some buyers, depending on how the coronavirus is impacting their community.
Effective Jan. 1, 2020, VA loan limits are going away for veterans with their full entitlement. This historic change means there's no limit to the VA loan's $0 down payment benefit.
Younger veterans and service members are fueling the growth of VA purchase loans nationwide. These 35 cities saw the biggest bump in Millennial and Gen Z buyers in Fiscal Year 2019.
VA loans to purchase homes increased for the eighth straight year in Fiscal Year 2019, according to data released recently by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The VA loan program generates billions of dollars in economic value for military families, communities and U.S. GDP every year. This groundbreaking study shows how recent and future increases to the program’s guaranty fee will harm all three.
VA loan limits and the VA loan funding fee are in for changes after the passing of the Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act of 2019. See how changes in Agent Orange benefits are affecting VA loans in 2020.
The VA Loan Program Celebrates 75 Years. Veterans United was honored to make the milestone loan to SFC William Kopf as the 24 millionth VA recipient.