Expertise and insight to help real estate professionals better serve Veteran and military buyers
Your Certificate of Eligibility (COE) verifies you meet the military service requirements for a VA loan. However, not everyone knows there are multiple ways to obtain your COE – some easier than others.
Credit score requirements vary by lender. However, most lenders have similar criteria. Let's look at the minimum credit score for a VA loan and what lenders typically expect.
Midway through Fiscal Year 2021, the VA loan program is on pace to blow past last year's record-setting 1.2 million loans. See which cities are seeing the most growth compared to last year.
A low VA appraisal doesn't mean the end of the road. VA buyers can appeal a low VA appraisal through VA Tidewater or a Reconsideration of Value (ROV).
In this article, we explore the VA loan down payment requirements. In most instances, Veterans do not need a down payment, but in some cases, it's required. Let's take a closer look.
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.
VA-savvy real estate agents can make a huge difference, even for repeat homebuyers.
Younger Veterans and service members continue to have an outsized impact on VA lending. Here's a look at cities where they're making a difference during what looks like another record year.
Many Veterans find interest in renting out their home current home and purchasing a new one.
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