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VA Loan Basics
image VA Loans – Part 1: An Introduction to the VA Loan Apr 14, 2017

The VA Loan is not your typical housing loan. It’s a loan that’s guaranteed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Active-duty service…

image VA Loans – Part 2: Is a VA Loan Right For Me? Feb 07, 2017

Veterans Affairs Loans (VA Loans) are one of the most important parts of the G.I. Bill. Its purpose is to help military personnel and their families…

image VA Loans – Part 3: Do I Qualify for a VA Loan? Feb 07, 2017

There are a number of reasons why you should apply for a Veterans Affairs (VA) loan. Before applying for one, it is necessary to obtain a Certificate…

image VA Loans – Part 4: The VA Loan Process Mar 23, 2017

The process of securing a VA Loan is fairly straight forward, albeit it will take quite a while to finally procure a VA loan.  Remember since VA…

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image Selling your Home to a Veteran? These are the Fees You Must Pay Apr 14, 2017

The Department of Veteran Affairs created the VA loan program to help veterans and their families buy homes. One of the advantages for the Veteran is…

image The Best States for Veterans Nov 03, 2016

The process of readjusting to civilian life can be difficult for many veterans. One survey from Pew Research Center found that 27% of veterans said…

image Do You Qualify for Property Tax Exemptions? Mar 26, 2015

Property taxes got you down? It’s worth investigating exemptions, deductions and credits in your area. Even if you don’t live in a property that came…

image All About Mortgages With Zero or Low Down Payments Feb 01, 2017

If you get approved for a mortgage to help pay for the cost of a new house, you’ll often be expected to make some kind of down payment. For standard…

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