First and foremost, I am a Marine, and I love helping other vets!
The VA Loan Program is for eligible veterans, both active and retired. Loans are guaranteed by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) and veterans must meet eligibility requirements by providing a Certificate of Eligibility from the VA. If you don’t have this document or are unsure how to get it, we can help.
Whether you are buying or building a home, there are many benefits to the program. The VA loan is also a great way to make those much-needed improvements such as heating/cooling systems, water heaters, insulation, and other energy-efficient improvements.
I have helped many veterans with the VA Loan Program and I look forward to helping many more. So, if you have served or are currently serving, call me today. I can help you with your mortgage financing needs using the benefits you’ve earned! –Semper Fi
*Although mortgage insurance is not required, the VA Loan Program charges a funding fee in order to issue a guarantee for the lender against the borrower defaulting on the loan. This fee may be paid by the buyer or the seller or it may be financed into the loan amount.
Working with home buyers searching for a new primary residence is a totally different game compared to working with investors and rental property. Sure, there are similarities, but what want-to-be home owners care about is different than what an investor cares about. Frankly, for an investor, it’s all about the money and it should be. When someone purchases a rental property they are essentially running a business. If we can help them run a successful business and turn a profit they will likely come back and buy more properties.
There are lots of want-to-be investors out there and the hardest part is getting started. We are going to help unravel the maze. We will also look at long term planning. Often just knowing what needs to happen to acquire the next property and the next one after that is one of the keys to success. Owning rental property can be a great way to build wealth and we are here to help.Visit Jeremy's Blog