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For veterans and active duty members wishing to purchase a home in Minnesota, the VA home loan program offers them is an easy way for them to do so without having to put money down. Minnesota military members may prequalify for a home loan up to $424,100 to purchase a civilian home throughout Minnesota, or to help them relocate to a new home near Camp Ripley or the St. Paul Air Reserve Station.
With Minnesota offering one of the highest qualities of life in the United States, there's no reason why military members wouldn't look to moving to Minnesota. Fill out our short form below to receive more information on the VA Home Loan process.
VA home loans are especially designed to benefit military members by enhancing their home buying experience. Not only can veterans and active duty service members purchase a home with no money down, but they are also able to do so while benefiting from competitive interest rates and flexible mortgage terms. In addition to zero money down, competitive interest rates, and flexible mortgage terms, VA loan borrowers also benefit from other money saving perks such as regulated closing costs and not having to purchase mortgage insurance.
Qualifying for a VA home loan is relatively easy. Because the VA home loan program was especially designed to accommodate military members, veterans and active duty service members experience a high approval rate. To initially qualify for a VA home loan, veterans and active duty members must:
Eligible veterans and active duty members will also need to submit a Certificate of Eligibility in order to obtain a VA loan. To find help with the qualifying process, or just to have a few questions answered, interested military members should call a VA Mortgage Loan Specialist.
By contacting a Minnesota VA Loan Specialist, a military member or spouse will be able to have all questions about VA loan qualifications or the lending process answered. A loan specialist will also be able to help potential borrowers decide if a VA loan is the best lending option for them.