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What is a VA Loan?

Created in 1944 to help veterans after World War II, VA (Veterans Affairs) Loans are expressly for current and veteran service members – and eligible spouses – looking to purchase or refinance a home. VA Loans have competitive interest rates and usually require no down payment (loan applicants must meet VA eligibility, however.) The maximum loan amount is $647,200, with no mortgage insurance, and the VA funding fee can be financed into the loan (which can be waived by disabled veterans.)

Who is eligible for VA Loans?

VA Loans are for active-duty military or veterans who meets certain service requirements. Spouses of those who served and died, either during active duty or through service-related disability, may also be eligible.

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Who is eligible for VA Loans?

VA Loans are for active-duty military or veterans who meets certain service requirements. Spouses of those who served and died, either during active duty or through service-related disability, may also be eligible.

What other loan types are available?

When it comes to loans, you have many more options than you think. Find out about some here:

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