Home sellers should consider every offer including VA offers. You should be aware that there are requirements for VA financing. The home canâ€™t be sold in â€œas isâ€ condition. VA financing requires a terminate inspection and clearance. The buyer is not allowed to pay for any inspections or other costs. VA financing may have more seller costs than other types of financing.
Prudential California Realty
Congratulations, someone has agreed to buy your home. All the best to you.
Veterans make good Buyers.
Some Banks are restrictive of Veterans becuase of the limitations the Gov puts on the Loans and the Closing Costs.
The No-Down payment doesn't affect you in any way.
If there is a longer qualification, this doesn't affect you, as they normally have gone thru this before you meet them.
Your main concern is having a STRONG offer that you will likely Close; VA Loans are STRONGER.
Good luck and may God bless
If the VA buyers shows his qualifications to purchase (such as a pre-approval letter or proof of funds) then why not agree to sell to him if the rest of the terms suit you?
Consult your listing agent (if you are working with one) for his advice.
Good luck to you!
Prudential Connecticut Realty