Can you use closing costs to pay debts like student loans, credit cards, and even car payments?
The VA home inspections you want to keep in mind are the wood destroying organisms (WDO) and well inspections if you have a well and it serves as your primary source of water.
When using a VA loan, do I need to put any money down? Better yet, should I put any money down?
Unlike conventional loans, you cannot use a VA loan to purchase a vacation home or an investment property unless you intend on it being your primary residence for at least a year. You are, however, allowed to keep your existing loans even after purchasing a new property. Just know it may limit your VA entitlement.
Learn the buying process from A to Z for purchasing a home in the military.
Successfully navigate the process while OCONUS
Home prices are heavily driven by supply and demand. While it’s commonly thought that interest rates affect home prices, that’s not necessarily the case. Let’s discuss in more detail.
The four major things that can make home deals fall out under contract are the roof, windows, siding and HVAC.
The best way to know if buying right now is a good decision is to crunch the numbers and see if it makes sense. There are also a few other considerations to have that we touch on in this video.
No matter if you are a first-time buyer or a seasoned homeowner, knowing the ins and outs of buying a home, especially while in the military will help your next purchase to be smooth and successful. We’ll go through the 10 steps of home buying together in this classroom session.