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If you ask any twenty Veterans whether they want to own their own homes someday, chances are all of them will say yes.
But data from the past five years reveals that 94% of Veterans have bypassed this benefit, only one of them has used a benefit that makes home buying unbelievably easier.
VA mortgage rates are at historical lows. Now is the time to lock in your rate. Even a modest jump in interest rates can have big consequences when applied to loans as large as a home mortgage. For example, consider the cost of waiting too long and having VA interest rates rise by a mere one percent. The difference between a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage of $250,000 at 4% APR and one at 5% APR is nearly $150 per month and more than $53,000 over the life of the loan!
The Veteran’s home loan program began in 1944 as a “thank you” to servicemembers returning from World War II. Since then, millions of current and former military personnel have purchased homes with no down payment and easier qualifying terms.
Veterans who use this loan program have access to 5 advantages that make Veteran loans hands down the best loan product out there.
Tip: Many Veterans assume they are not eligible for their home buying benefit. But the minimum service requirement is between 90 days and 2 years for most Veterans. Check your eligibility >>
Here’s How to Find Out if you Qualify
Veterans eager to get the process started should send their request to a VA lender.