See how your debt-to-income (DTI) ratio and credit score affect your VA loan eligibility.
See the benefits and requirements of using a VA loan with a co-borrower in what's often called a joint VA loan.Continue →
By having a solid understanding of your VA loan eligibility, you are able to find the loan that benefits you the best.Continue →
While your credit score is an extremely important figure factored into your VA loan approval process, there are certain steps you can take to secure a VA loan with a lower-than-desired credit score.
Learn about the Specially Adapted Housing grant from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) for disabled veterans.Continue →
Learn how a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 bankruptcy can affect you ability to get a VA home loan, or how low late payments affect your loan and the possibility of foreclosure if your mortgage goes unpaid.Continue →
Learn how the VA calculates your remaining VA Loan Entitlement and how it impacts your VA loan benefit.Continue →
The VA funding fee is something every veteran has to pay unless you meet one of the exemption requirements.Continue →
Many individuals wonder how many times they can use a VA home loan. The VA home loan benefit is a lifetime benefit for Veterans, meaning they can use it more than once.Continue →
Obtaining your Certificate of Eligibility (COE) is an important part of verifying your VA loan eligibility.Continue →
We'll look at two common scenarios below: what happens to a current VA loan after divorce and getting a new VA loan after divorce.
It's absolutely possible for surviving military spouses to meet the eligibility requirements needed for a VA loan. We'll look at this process below in more detail.Continue →