4 Ways to get your VA Loan Offer Accepted

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Sometimes people encounter difficulty when shopping for a new home and using a VA Loan. However please understand that is does not have to be. The video below is something that I put together for Veterans, Active Duty and Real Estate Agents that designed to increase the likelihood that there next VA Loan Offer is accepted on the home of their dreams.

4 Ways to get a VA Loan Offer Accepted

Hi Everybody!

I wanted to take a moment to share with you 4 things that you can do to increase the chances that your next VA Loan offer gets accepted when you are writing an offer on a home.

#1 Make sure that you are working with a VA Loan Specialist.

#2 Make sure your VA Loan Specialist contacts the listing agent to introduce themselves, brag about you (the buyer) and of course speak intelligently about the VA Home Loan process.

#3 Make sure that your VA Loan specialist provides a copy of the DU or LP findings showing that you have an automated approval. This will make you stand out in a crowd. Attention to detail.

#4 Write a cover letter. Introduce yourself, tell them about your service. Tug at their heartstrings a little bit. Veterans should get preferential treatment.

Doing these 4 things on any offer, not just VA Loans can really increase the chances that your next offer is accepted on your property.

Semper Fidelis,
Jimmy Vercellino

2 Responses to “4 Ways to get your VA Loan Offer Accepted”

  1. Beverly Huffman

    Thanks for replying on Trulia Voices, I appreciate your input. I tried to respond to you on that site but oddly it would not let me.
    Seems the realtors don’t want to be bothered with veterans…:(

    • Hi Beverly,

      You are so very welcome! My experience over the years has been that those that advise against VA Home Loans know the least about them.

      As you can see here we put Veterans first. Should you have any additional questions or if there is anything else that we can do to be of service please don’t hesitate to let me know.

      Jimmy Vercellino