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Here we look at how shopping for a mortgage impacts your credit and how lenders, including Veterans United, typically use a different scoring metric compared to credit monitoring tools.
VA loans offer one of the most affordable ways for Veterans and their surviving spouses to become homeowners. Along with low-interest rates and no down payment requirements, you can use them to buy many different kinds of homes, from standard single-family homes and condos to manufactured and modular homes.
When returning from deployment, adjusting to life stateside may be difficult. For military members returning home with an injury as a result of their service, adapting to a new way of life has its own set of challenges.
Home inspections are an instrumental part of the homebuying process, saving you a lot of time and money in the long run.
Assuming another's VA loan is an intriguing benefit with VA loans. Here we take a look at what an assumption is, the process and who can assume a VA loan.
Manufactured and modular homes are an attractive option for many VA borrowers, but must meet minimum property requirements and other guidelines specified by the lender. Some lenders may not be willing to finance these homes.
Building your dream home is a possibility with a VA home loan. But it isn’t always an easy road. Here we take a deep dive into VA construction loans and how you can build a home with a VA loan.
Once you reach retirement age, it's common to re-evaluate your financial situation and look for ways to secure your cash flow.
It is possible to receive a refund on the VA funding fee. Borrowers may be eligible for a refund if awarded VA compensation for a service-connected disability - bearing the effective date of the VA compensation is retroactive before the VA loan closing.