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Not all buyers will have a real estate agent to market their home. Purchasing a For Sale By Owner (FSBO) property can be an attractive option for many VA home buyers.
Having flood insurance can save you from severe financial devastation. VA lenders typically require you to purchase a separate flood insurance policy before closing on your home loan.
Many first-time homebuyers are surprised to learn there isn't one uniform set of guidelines and requirements for a VA home loan.
The last thing you want as a homebuyer is to realize your new home has extensive issues and needs repair. Here are 8 things to look out for when conducting the final walk-through on your home.
Making biweekly mortgage payments can be an easy way for VA homebuyers to pay off the loan faster, reduce interest charges, and build equity.
Each year, most VA loans are made to veterans. However, active duty service members and those still serving in the National Guard and Reserves can absolutely look to use their VA home loan benefits.
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.
Having homeowners insurance on your property isn’t just a good bet. VA lenders will require you to have sufficient homeowners insurance in place before you can close on a loan.
Closing costs are always part of the mortgage equation. But one of the big benefits of VA loans is that they limit what veterans and military members can pay in closing costs.