Many veterans have no idea they are actually able to use more than one VA home loan at a time. Yes, it’s true!
A Veteran may actually have more than one home loan at a time. How can this be, you ask? It’s called VA Bonus Entitlement.
Simply stated, as long as you have sufficient VA Entitlement for the VA home loan, you can have more than one at a time.
There are a lot of Veterans out there today that would love to be able to purchase a new home – in a more desirable location, better school district, with more square footage – who have no idea that they really can. Let’s take a look at an example below.
A Veteran buys a home with his or her VA home loan in 2006 for $150,000 and would love to take advantage of the market that we are in today.
Our Veteran can actually rent out their current home and use that rental income to offset that mortgage payment up to 75% .
Most mortgage products will require you to have 25% equity in the home or you must have rented out that property for two years to do this, but not with a VA Home Looan.
Our Veteran now has the ability to go out and shop for a new home with their VA Home Loan from $144,000 up to $267,000 with NO down payment!
As a Veteran, you must have sufficient VA Entitlement available and the home being purchased must be owner-occupied.
[This summary is based on a $350,000 loan amount, loan term of 360 months and an interest rate of 4.5%.]
Are you interested in seeing if the VA Bonus Entitlement is something that you are eligible for? Give me a call – I speak your language and I know what it means to serve.