Earnest money is a deposit made to a seller to prove a buyer’s good faith in a transaction.  This deposit is a fraction of your down payment which indicates to the seller your... »
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CalVet Loans are based on CA bond rates Most active duty and veterans are aware that due to their service they are entitled to one of the best home loans... »
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The VA guidelines before 2012 stated that only spouses who died from military-related causes would be allowed to have VA benefits. Since then the VA has changed their stance on loan eligibility for... »
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Today’s buyers are considered to be more energy efficient than ever and they are choosing to find homes that are considered to be more eco-friendly.  However, finding the right home for the right... »
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After using your VA loan many active duty military find themselves in the position in the future where they need to sell their home. This can be because they may face a permanent... »
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This topic is sometimes difficult for veterans to understand therefore when we break it down it seems to be a little less frustrating. First of all, when addressing the bonus entitlement if you... »
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When considering a VA loan there are some property requirements that need to be met before a loan can be qualified.  The VA's minimum property requirements or MPRs can help point you in the... »
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Nearly 70% of College graduates have some sort of student loan debt, with an average of $37,000 in 2016. Just like any other debt, your student loans will be considered in your debt-to-income... »
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The 2017 VA Loan Limits have been released. The VA loan program does not have a maximum amount a veteran can borrow using a VA loan. For 2017, the ZERO down payment limit will... »
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How does one qualify for a VA loan/mortgage? Very simply put, pretty much just like any other mortgage, with several advantages in the borrower's favor versus conventional mortgages.  First of all, the VA DOES... »
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Do I qualify for a VA Loan and am I VA loan eligible are two very different questions.  Qualifying for a VA loan, like any mortgage, requires certain credit scores, income, and debt... »
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