REALTOR | Mortgage Broker
Keller Williams Realty | 360 Lending Group
I would love to work with you on purchasing a home. Please contact me, at your convenience, to discuss your options further.
Best confer with a mortgage broker who does VA Loans detail the conversation. Virtual answer is not to your benefit.
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Lynn911 Dallas Realtor & Consultant, Loan Officer, Credit Repair Advisor
The Michael Group - Dallas Business Journal Top Ranked Realtors
You do need a lender. The VA is the funds source not the lender.
Thanks for your service!
Feel free to call on me for any questions you may have.
There are limitations on the type of home the VA will lend money on.
Getting a Realtor on your side would be a good next step. MT services are free to you.
Thank you for serving in the very best military in the world! I, am I'm sure my colleges below, appreciate you serving since the price of freedom IS NOT FREE!
VA money is guaranteed however; you have to qualify as a buyer first. In other words, yes, go through a bank, run the application and credit, then see what you qualify for.
So don't delay! Call Cindy Swannack at CS Mortgage to help you crank out that VA Loan!!!!!!!!!!!! Cindy's info is:
Happy New Year and all the best!!!!!!!!!!!!
Jeffrey Nyland, REALTORÂ®, GRI, SRS
The Nyland Team
Prudential Texas Realty
Jeffrey Nyland TX AUC# 16644
Yes, yes, yes! It is the government, isn't it?! Seriously, a good VA Lender is worth their weight in gold. There is quite the process of forms and paperwork and you still have to qualify. I would suggest Shira Zippe, AmeriPro Funding, 512-569-9043, email@example.com. She has done an excellent job for my clients.
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RE/MAX of Marble Falls
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I understand you've already picked out a property. Do you have a realtor representing your interests? Don't want to push you, just offer to help if you so choose.
Good luck to you, Carl! You've earned the benefit of a VA home loan. In my opinion, it's one of the best benefits we can have. Contact me, as necessary, as you go thru the home buying process.