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VA streamline refinance: world's best loan type

VA Streamline Refinance: World’s Best Mortgage Program
December 24, 2013

You may think the title of this article is a bit of an exaggeration. But really, it’s not. Just a quick look at the advantages provided by the VA streamline refinance makes it clear that it’s the best type of mortgage available in the United States or the world. Check today’s VA streamline refinance rates. […]

VA Cash Out Guidelines
August 14, 2013

The VA Cash Out loan is a powerful tool for people to tap into the equity in their home. But what does it take to qualify? Here are some of the basic qualification and eligibility guidelines. Income The VA cash out borrower can expect to provide the VA lender evidence of current employment with sufficient […]

VA Cash Out Q&A

VA Cash Out Refinance Q&A
June 26, 2013

A VA Cash Out refinance is a great option to pay off any type of loan on a property, get cash out, and possibly even obtain a lower rate. You may be able to refinance up to 100% of your property’s current value. Here are some common questions and answers about the VA Cash Out […]

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VA Streamline (IRRRL) Refinance Loan: Easier Refinancing for Veterans
June 1, 2016

A VA Streamline Refinance is also known as an Interest Rate Reduction Refinance Loan, or IRRRL, because it is designed to help homeowners lower their mortgage rate quickly and easily. This special refinance type is available to homeowners who currently have a VA home loan. >>Click here to get your free VA streamline refinance rate […]

VA streamline refinance

VA Streamline Removes Barriers to Refinancing
October 7, 2014

For those who qualify, the VA home loan program is hands-down the absolute best option when buying and financing a home with little or no money down. VA loans don’t require a down payment but that’s hardly the last of the advantages. VA loans limit the types of closing costs veterans can pay, again reducing […]

If you're denied at one lender, you might be approved at another, thanks to varying underwriting rules

If You’re Denied at One Mortgage Lender, Try Again at Another
April 24, 2014

The lending landscape has normalized to a point, with wild loan programs from an array of lenders a thing of the past. But to this day, lenders still approve loans according to their own set of rules. If you’ve been denied by one lender, another lender may be perfectly fine with your loan file. If […]