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I think that if you're intending to move to a gated community, the first thing you would need to do is to find out more about the particular ones that you have your eye on. The activities and facilities, the people (meaning the age and the denomination and any other income requirements etc). Why not get an expert property agent to help you do the research? And make sure that you have enough money too!... more
Buying a Condo with a VA Loan - Condominiums have certain amenities that may be more appropriate or attractive to those looking to purchase a new home. Military members may be happy to hear they can apply their VA loan benefits to condominiums as long as the property meets certain criteria.
Basic Qualifies include a Condo for a VA Loan!
>Fifty percent or more of the building units must be owner-occupied
>No more than 15 percent of owners can be behind in Homeowners Association (HOA) fees
>If condos are to be newly constructed, 75 percent of the units must be sold prior to allowing VA loans
The Summary report lists the Condo name and ID, as well the Record Type (Condo). You may click on the Condo name to view the details of that dwelling complex - https://vip.vba.va.gov/portal/VBAH/VBAHome/condopudsearch
Interested in buying a Condominium? Get information on eligibility for a VA Loan and where to get lenders offering lowest rates on VA loans - http://vastreamlinemortgage.net/loan-process/... more
Many VA borrowers choose VA loans for their zero-money-down and no-private-mortgage-insurance features. Almost all mortgage programs, except the VA Home Loan Guaranty Program, include private mortgage insurance. Private mortgage insurance (PMI) is a premium that a lender charges on a mortgage for a home with less than 20% equity - http://www.consumerfinance.gov/askcfpb/202/when-can-i-remove-private-mortgage-pmi-insurance-from-my-loan.html
PMI is intended to offset risk in case a borrower defaults. A standard monthly premium on a $200,000 mortgage might be $120 (that’s $1440 per year). If a conventional borrower finances more than 80% of the home’s value, he or she can most likely expect to pay monthly PMI premiums for about three to five years until the principal is paid down. VA loans never require PMI.
Although FHA and VA loans do not require PMI, they do require their own version of it. For More Information about PMI : http://vastreamlinemortgage.net/... more