If you currently have a conventional loan, you are allowed to refinance with a VA loan if you are an eligible veteran. Better yet, the odds are favorable that you will be able to save a great deal of money by refinancing with a VA loan!
In order to apply for a VA loan you will need a Certificate of Eligibility, or COE for short. There are different steps required to receive a Certificate of Eligibility depending on your personal situation and branch of the military.
If you’re wondering whether or not you can get a VA loan after a recent bankruptcy, you’re not alone. With the recent economic recession just barely behind us, many veterans and military personnel are now in the position of looking for a new mortgage after having gone through a bankruptcy.
Many veterans today are wondering whether or not they can get a VA loan if they have recently been through a foreclosure. Fortunately, the VA qualifying guidelines do allow for veterans and military personnel to qualify for a VA loan after a foreclosure, but with some restrictions.
There are many ways in which a getting a divorce can have an impact on VA loans.
DD 214 forms are required of veterans when applying for a VA mortgage loan, and, unfortunately, are commonly misplaced over time. The good news is that losing or misplacing it is an easily remedied problem!