I was helping Marines buy homes in the First Gulf War - still doing it today. I really appreciate what you do for our freedom.
Now go get a house!
G7 Realty Inc
Absolutely, Like Jessie said just make sure to is structured right by your agent so that certain costs are covered. Va is one of the last 100% financing programs left, take full advantage of it!
Your lender should be able to help you understand this process. But let me know if you have any questions.r
But may I offer a suggestion? Don't waste your time with a short sale. 50% of the listings are short sales but less than 5% of the closings are short sales. The other 95%? Almost all are bank owned foreclosures.
One client of mine wanted short sales. I was able to show her how the house she liked as a foreclosure was a short sale a few months ago. The only difference was about $100K.
The moral of the story? Know your needs (features, size, location, etc.), then search the REOs.
Look at Short Sales, but know that they're a lot more complicated than REOs. How many lenders are involved? Are there other liens? How short is short? When was the notice of default posted? Have they received the Notice of Trustees Sale yet? Has the Bank already reviewed another offer? And much, much, more.
Thanks for the opportunity to help. Let me know if you need anything else.