There are many benefits to owning vs. renting and many benefits such as pride in homeownership, equity building, poossible tax benefits. As a disabled veteran with 50% disability, you could get your VA funding fee waived plus get .5% off of your interest rate through the Tex Vet VA loan program. I can assist you with this loan. I can also connect you with a top notch real estate agent to help you find your next home. I've helped clients achieve the American Dream of homeownership for 14 years and I can help you as well. Call me at your convenience.
Vino Alonzo, Loan Officer
Castle & Cooke Mortgage
Your first step is to talk with a lender who is well versed in VA and TX Vet loans. I have a fantastic lender and her name is Marsha Neimeier with Patriot Bank. Please call her. She handles almost of all of military disability loans. Her number is 210-313-1393.
Once you get pre-approved for a loan and know what your spending range is, then I would be happy to help you find a home. I have lots of retired and disabled veterans as clients.
Thank you for your service and best wishes...
Terri Saari, RealtorÂ®, Retired United States Air Force
Certified Relocation Specialist
210-887-3477 Cell http://www.WelcomeHomeToSA.com
Texas' FIVE STAR Realtor 2012 and 2011 as seen in Texas Monthly
Platinum Top 50 Award Winner 2011/2012 Finalist
As a retired CWO5, is am very familiar with what is available for our veterans in the home purchase process. You can combine your VA eligibility with the Texas Vet program. Today's Texas vet interest rate for disabled veterans is 2.66% compared to around 3.5% market rate - you save around $45 per month on a $100,000 mortgage.
Give me a call to discuss details.
Roland Gonzales, ABR, GRI, CRS, CDPE
Right now the disabled Vet interest rates are in the Mid 2s!!! Gotta love it! You can do a VA Texas Vet loan with zero down. There are some reductions to the closing costs as well. You will get the sweetest deal there is!
Start here: http://www.DHIMortgage.com/Kasey-Hampton - She is the best VA / Texas Vet lender in Texas. She does more of these than any lender I know and knows them backward and forward.
On top of what she can do for you, I am probably the best you will find at getting the seller to lower the price, pay all the VA / Texas Vet fees and closing costs, getting repairs completed, the works! And I won't cost you a penny. I get paid for by the other agent or builder, whichever the case may be.
Give me a call, shoot me a text, or e-mail me and I'll walk you through it.
Jason C Campbell
Platinum Top 50 Finalist
Option One Real Estate
Thanks so much for serving our Great country and God bless you.
Jose L. Novelo
Talk to a loan officer who works with VA loans to expore all of your options. I have contact numbers and names for you.
Our company represents the Military on the Move (MOM) programs. We offer cash rebates to the military buyer. Happy to explain more about this when you contact me.
Great rates, lots of homes to choose from and great benifits for the vet; lots of good reasons for you to consider home ownership.
A good first step is talking with a lender. I work closely with Michael Kidd at frontier lending is number is 210-530-1247.
Thanks, and good luck with your search.
The first step to buying a house is to talk to a Mortgage Lender to get pre-approved. Most mortgage lenders originally will take your information on the phone and then let you know if you qualify in less than an hour. All documents that are needed for the loan can either be faxed or scanned over to them, and if you do not have either I can come pick up all the items and send it over to them myself. I have had clients that did not have a computer at home, or means of faxing it, that I have done that for them.
Let me know if I can be of any help referring a Mortgage Lender and helping you find just the perfect house for you!!!!