Some lenders will finance a Joint VA Loan on which you can have a non-veteran or non-spouse co-borrower. Borrowing or refinancing with a civilian, partner or friend affects your down payment, entitlement and more. We’ll take you through VA loan co-borrowing scenarios to give you a better grasp of the pros and cons.
Since 1992, VA loan benefits have been extended to National Guard and Reserve members. Let's take a closer look at how guard and reserve members can utilize their benefits.
Stable, reliable income is a requirement for a VA loan, but that doesn’t always translate into two-years of steady employment – especially when transitioning from service.
VA loan entitlement can be a confusing subject. Here we break down the entitlement types and how that affects your maximum loan amount.
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