Generally speaking, YES. Please keep in mind it isn't all about a score. There are other factors.
I will attach a link to 3 independent lenders so you can call one of your liking.
Harold Sharpe - Broker Realtor
So Cal Homes
California Department of Real Estate Broker License # 01312992
But I was lucky enough to get an FHA loan here in the midwest with a score of 548 in 2006 believe it or not! Just get yourself a good mortgage company.
I think yes, but please check out:
Tim Burchinal at US Bank in Redlands,
Go online to http://www.calvet.ca.gov/
Extra Benefits are available through them.
Let me know if I can help you.
I've place 2 veterans in homes this year in Loma Linda.
The problem with VA loans:
they have to be move in ready
Seller has to be willing to pay closing costs
That elimates most of the housing on the market, such as short sales and REO's.
New Builder Homes, Standard sales and Standard Sale Flips are a good option for you.
Please give me a call for a list of homes. 909 886 2543
Cheryl Salzmann DRE 01467267
VA has no minimum FICO requirement. Some lenders, however, impose their own "overlays" that require a minimum FICO score.
Please contact me. We have lenders that we work with every day who can get you qualified. It pays to "shop" lenders -- what one lender will do, is not necessarily what another lender will do.
We work with buyers, and enable them to find homes. That's what we do! I'll look forward to talking with you about how we can help.
The Buyers Group
Keller Williams Realty
Glen S Erherington