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Property surveys are used by mortgage companies to list and record key details of a property that’s being bought or built.
Interest rate reduction refinances can offer you a reduced house payment, but they also come with serious downsides.
As many people in the wake of these recent hurricanes found out, flood insurance is a separate policy from homeowners insurance. Here’s what you need to know.
Can you use a VA loan to build on land you own? Of course you can.
Today I wanted to talk about VA appraisals and how they differ from conventional appraisals.
Today I wanted to talk a bit more in-depth about how property taxes and homeowners insurance figure into the VA loan process.
There are a few key rules you should know about in order to get a VA loan under a manufactured home.
If you’re thinking of applying for a VA loan, here’s what you should know about them.
VA loans allow you to buy a wide variety of properties.
If you had a bankruptcy in the past and it involved a home that you used a VA loan to purchase, you haven’t lost your eligibility. Here’s the situation you’ll face instead.
Who can qualify for a VA loan? Do you have to have military benefits? I’ll go over the answers to those questions today.
I get a lot of questions about VA loans and the eligibility restrictions. Can you use a second VA loan? Can you rent a home purchased with a VA loan? Find out here.