If you would have asked me 10 Years if I would be helping Veterans in other states about helping them with their VA Loan Benefits I wouldn’t have believed you.
VA Loans in Tucson AZ are becoming increasingly more popular. According to the US Census Bureau there are over 40,000 Veterans living in the city. Also keep in mind that Tucson is home to one of the largest Air Force Bases in our country (Davis Monthan Air Force Base) providing the city with a rich military feel on top of it’s already great history.
The VA Loan Certificate of Eligibility is a very confusing form for Veterans. As a Mortgage Originator Specializing in VA Loans I have to be honest in telling you that many lenders are even confused about this form.
For nearly a decade I have been doing VA Loan Training for Real Estate Agents here in Arizona and across the nation and I must be honest with you. Teaching is my passion and I absolutely love to do it.
Often times Veterans who apply for a VA Loan and are issued a VA Loan Denial for different reasons…some of which are valid, and some of which may not be.
In the past VA Loans have gotten a bad rap on many different issues ranging from issues like… the appraisal takes too long, the seller has to pay for all of the closing cost, and of course that the VA Loans takes to long to close.
I have been very fortunate to serve a lot of Veterans with all of their VA Loan financing needs for the past 15 years (gosh time does go by fast). Anyhow, as I thought about a my next blog topic I remembered how on every single one of those transactions 1 particular question always comes up.
This blog post had to come sooner or later. I say that because it seems as if more and more Veterans are purchasing homes in Gilbert and talking about and how much they love it.
Veterans Day is a special day. It’s a day where men and women who have so honorably served our great country get recognized for their service along with their selfless sacrifice.
Over the years many Veterans and Real Estate Professionals have asked me the question… “How long do VA Loans take to close?” And the answer that I give them is – it depends!