Military Members: How can you benefit from a VA Loan?

May 24, 2017

This weekend we honor those serving our country both past and present.  The sacrifice they make to defend this great nation is second to none.  The hardships associated with deployments and time away can create very difficult times for our veterans. The US Department of Veterans Affairs provides assistance to those active or retired military members through various programs.  One of those programs is the VA Loan program. 


Benefits of VA Loan


VA Loans used to buy a home have competitive interest rates; often don’t require a down payment, or private mortgage insurance. Essentially you are able to buy a house with little to no out of pocket expense due at closing. Jumbo Loan options available.


Who is eligible?


  • Active


    Service members, Veterans, and eligible surviving spouses

  • Must have a valid Certificate of Eligibility (COE)

  • Must meet required debt to income ratios


If you or someone you know is an active member of the military, national guard, veteran, or surviving spouse and want to know more about the benefits of using a VA Loan to purchase home, please email or call/text (24/7) 740-398-4917.

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Dublin, OH 43017

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