It’s hard enough navigating basic VA benefits, but making an investment into a new home can definitely get confusing.  Every mortgage company can underwrite a VA backed loan, and is competing for your business.  They will usually tell you what you need, but are you making a wise long term investment into that relationship?  Your First Sergeant may tell you that you earned that benefit, but he’s not going to hold you by the hand when a realtor, an attorney and a seller are all asking you sign something.  Nor is it clear what you qualify for, and even if you qualify because you served, depending on credit, and for how much.  The team at RE Factor has done the leg work for you.  Yeah, the same guys who brought you the awesomely useful Combat Reference Guide field cards, have done the leg work so you don’t have to.



They not only did the research on top VA loan companies of 2018, they followed with plain, grunt-proof explanation of key principles so that you can understand the VA home loan process.  These include eligibility, fees, loan types, and closing process.  The same principles are true if you qualify for a VA home loan but never took one, and are considering moving your mortgage or refinancing.  Whether the market works in favor of the seller or the buyer, the one thing you need to know is which company will work best for you.  You can find the list and all of the material at the following link, and be sure to thank the guys.

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About The Author

Steve is a career cop, who has devoted his life to the service of others. He has been in public service and on the job for some 17 years, holding several specialized assignments, and becoming a law enforcement and emergency medical services instructor. Steve immigrated to the US at the age of 14, with his family, and became committed to serve the country which offered him so much. He has served as a member of US Coast Guard expeditionary unit, and pursued his interest in Aviation, becoming a 68W and flight medic with the Army. After a short break, he returned to service and reserves, as a fire team member and a medic. He enjoys learning, writing, and doing grunt work, and is focused on helping other vets in need. With a team of local vets and his therapy dog, Rab does a great deal of volunteer work. To further that goal, they started Grunt’s BBQ and Easy Company. A future mobile chow hall, coming to an AO near you.

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