VA loan expert Chris Birk brings you the latest news and tips about your VA loan benefit
A VA loan is a mortgage option issued by private lenders and partially backed, or guaranteed, by the Department of Veterans Affairs. Here we look at how VA loans work and what most borrowers don’t know about the program.
VA loans allow Veterans to have a co-borrower on the loan. Here we break down co-borrower requirements and provide common scenarios around co-borrowing and joint VA loans.
Since VA loans are available for multiple property types, you may wonder if a boat or RV qualify as well. Read on to learn if it is possible to purchase a boat or RV with a VA loan.
As with any mortgage option, VA loans have pros and cons that you should be aware of before making a final decision. So let's take a closer look
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.
Losing a loved one is never easy. In addition to working through their grief, surviving family members must deal with a whole host of financial concerns to pay off debts and settle the estate.
The VA has occupancy requirements for veteran borrowers, but there are some exceptions to the rules we'll explore below.
The Coast Guard serves an important role in our military, but do they have access to the same benefits? Read on to learn more about getting a VA loan in the Coast Guard.
Flipping homes has become increasingly popular over the years. But can you do it with a VA loan?
With 70% of new homeowners projected to be Hispanic between now and 2040, Census data show the homeownership rate for Hispanic and Latino Veterans is nearly 20 percentage points higher than for non-Veterans.