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The VA has a form of home requirements known as the Minimum Property Requirements (MPRs) to ensure the property is a safe and sound investment for the homebuyer. Below we break down these requirements and how they differ from a traditional home inspection.
Using your VA home loan benefit for an investment property is an attractive option for many buyers. However, there are a few key considerations to understand at the outset when it comes to multiunit properties.
With mortgage rates on the rise, a temporary buydown can make homebuying more affordable for Veterans and military families.
The average closing timeline for VA buyers is marginally different from conventional loans. Here we take a look at the average time to close and what factors play into that timeline.
Lenders consider your gross monthly income when evaluating what kind of mortgage you can afford. In other words, they’re looking at your major monthly debts in relation to your pre-tax income.
When you're ready to make an offer, typically, the best way to show you're serious is by including earnest money. Below we detail what earnest money is, how to get it back, and what you need to know about contingency agreements.