Do you have questions about the VA Home Loan Program? Are you interested in determining your eligibility for the VA guaranteed loan? Do you need help with a short sale or want to know how to use your benefit to buy a home? To speak with one of our representatives, call us at 888-573-4496, VA Home Loan Centers is here to help!
Created in 1944 under the umbrella of the Original GI Bill, VA-backed home loans have helped 20 million veterans and active duty service members secure mortgages. The best housing loan available, benefits of the program include no money down, private mortgage not required, interest rates lower than traditional loans, no established credit minimum, and refinancing options. For active duty personnel and veterans interested in becoming homeowners there is no better financing option than the VA backed housing loan.
A third party mortgage and real estate brokerage that specializes in loans guaranteed by The Department of Veterans Affairs, VA Home Loan Centers is dedicated to finding veterans and active duty military affordable housing options and making the American Dream of home ownership a reality.
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If you choose to have VA Home Loan Centers represent you in selling your home as a short sale, you can stop using our services at any time. VA Home Loan Centers charges no up-front fees to assist you with your short sale. Our partner real estate brokerages will charge a real estate commission but if the bank agrees to a short sale, this is paid for by your lender. VA Home Loan Centers is not associated with the government, and our service is not approved by the government or your lender. Even if you accept this offer and use our service, your lender may not agree to change the terms of your mortgage including approving your short sale. It is recommended that you continue to make payments on your mortgage throughout the process. Should you default on your payments, you can see a negative impact to your credit report and your home could be foreclosed upon.