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.
Second-tier entitlement allows qualified VA borrowers to purchase again despite default or foreclosure. It even lets veteran homeowners have two VA loans at the same time. First, VA lenders have to determine how much entitlement you have left. Find out more about entitlement and your VA loan eligibility.
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