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VA Loan: Non-Veteran Co-buyer

Joint VA Home Loan: Non-Eligible Co-Borrowers Special rules apply when co-borrowers who are not married take out a VA home loan. All co-borrowers don’t need to be VA-eligible. However, only the eligible borrower’s portion of the loan gets a VA guaranty. Entitlements are pro-rated when joint borrowers

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Qualifying for a mortgage with just a part-time job

Home buying with a part-time job is nothing new Lenders are easing mortgage qualification requirements by the day. Home buyers are discovering they can qualify for aggressive new programs like HomeReadyTM thanks to flexible guidelines and low mortgage rates. Accessible homeownership cannot be attributed solely

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Price growth stagnant in housing

Gambling on the housing market? Read this first It looks like would-be homeowners are in luck. According to CoreLogic’s most recent U.S. Home Price Insights report, home prices are stalling—and it could mean more affordable real estate is on the horizon.

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VA financing for Widows

Home Loan Assistance For The Surviving Military Spouse Members of the U.S. armed forces have an advantage over the non-military home buyer or homeowner. The VA home loan is exclusively for veterans and active-duty service members. This loan comes with low mortgage rates

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Becoming a Homeowner as a Single Parent

Single moms can sometimes have it rough trying to raise their children by themselves and pay the bills. Buying a house on top of all of that seems almost unachievable. But there are loans available and lots of assistance to

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