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Military home buyers in California can take advantage of the benefits of California VA Loans. Falling home prices and increased loan limits in your area mean purchasing a home in California with a VA Loan is now much easier.
Fill out our short form below to get in touch with a California Home Loan Specialist today! We can help determine your VA Loan rate and the loan limit in your area. You can also check out the exact amount you may qualify for under the California VA Loan Limits.
VA Home Loans do not require a down payment or private mortgage insurance, and veterans with full VA loan entitlement no longer are restricted to California VA loan limits. If you have reduced entitlement, you are still bound to California VA loan limits. Contact us today to verify your area's VA Loan Limit.
California Veterans with less than perfect credit are more likely to qualify for a VA Loan than a conventional loan. In addition, the VA offers extra benefits for disabled veterans.
If you have questions about VA Loans, learn more about obtaining VA Loans in the Golden State by filling out our no-obligation request form.
Moving to California? As many know, purchasing a home in California can be an expensive endeavor. With a host of Military installations across the state, however, many active duty members and Veterans live in California. The benefits afforded to you through the VA Loan Program can help you save money no matter where you plan to purchase - cities such as Los Angeles, Anaheim, San Diego, and San Francisco all are a great place to call home. VA Loan can make your dream home a reality. Get started by talking to one of our Home Loan Specialists today.
To begin, you will need a Certificate of Eligibility (COE). Your COE verifies to the lender that you qualify for VA loan benefits. Your COE can be obtained through your lender, online via the eBenefits portal or by mail.
You can call 800-405-6682 or receive advice from a Home Loan Specialist online.