VA loan expert Chris Birk brings you the latest news and tips about your VA loan benefit
VA loans allow Veterans to have a co-borrower on the loan. Here we break down co-borrower requirements and provide common scenarios around co-borrowing and joint VA loans.
VA adjustable-rate mortgages (ARMs) haven't seen much demand in recent years. However, rising interest rates have homebuyers searching for VA ARMs again.
The VA loan program is living up to its original promise by helping narrow the homeownership gap for female Veteran and Veterans of color.
Some Veterans are turning to cash offer services like Ribbon and Homeward in the face of rising home prices. But these companies can charge fees that VA homebuyers cannot pay. Here's a look at how to make these deals work.
VA loan entitlement can be a tricky subject. Here we breakdown second-tier entitlement and what to expect when reusing your VA loan benefits.
VA loan entitlement can be a confusing subject. Here we break down VA loan entitlement, the different types and how that affects your maximum loan amount.
Restoration of entitlement is not an automatic process, but requires some work from the borrower. Learn about the requirements for restoring entitlement and how you can reuse your VA loan benefits.
VA loan assumption is a powerful benefit for buyers and sellers that you won't find with other mortgage options.
Barndominiums are a hybrid between a barn and a condominium, making it another home option using your VA loan.
Black Veterans have higher homeownership rates than Black non-Veterans, and the difference in homeownership rates between white and Black Veterans is considerably smaller than the gap between white and Black civilians, according to a review of five years’ worth of Census data.
Building your dream home is a possibility with a VA home loan. But it isn’t always an easy road. Here we take a deep dive into VA construction loans and how you can build a home with a VA loan.