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A VA home loan may be the right choice for you.
You serve our nation. Now let us serve you. Planet offers VA home loans to qualified veterans, members of the Armed Forces on active duty, and military spouses.
With our dedicated team of mortgage loan specialists, we’re happy to help you make the most of your well-deserved benefits.
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VA home loans come with advantages, such as no down payment and no monthly mortgage insurance, and you can use this valuable benefit more than once. When your duty station changes, we’ll get you home in your new location.
Dedication to each other, commitment to our customers, and care for our communities are the guiding tenets of our organization. We’re proud to extend that service to our men and women in uniform, as well as their families.
Contact us today to talk to an expert VA refinance professional who can walk you through the process easily! Call 888-966-9044 or sign up to start now!
The funding fee, typically .5%, is unavoidable for some borrowers. This fee is waived for some borrowers, like those with a service-connected disability, and some spouses. You can pay the VA funding fee out of pocket, or it can be added to the loan amount.
Yes, you can use the VA Alteration "purchase plus renovation" home loan to buy a fixer-upper.
The short answer? It depends. The long answer is that your credit score is only one of the things that decides your interest rate. Lenders also look at the type of loan you’re applying for, your previous loan payment history, and how long the mortgage term might be (15- or 30-year, for example). The best thing to do is call one of our VA mortgage loan experts at 888-966-9044 and see what your options are. Don’t assume bad credit or bruised credit will keep you from getting your VA loan.
To be eligible for a VA home loan while in service, you need to have served at least 90 consecutive days. For veterans, your minimum active-duty service requirements vary depending on when you served, which is also the case for National Guard and Reserve members.
You will also need a Certificate of Eligibility, or COE. Fill out VA Form 26-1880 and mail it to the address for your region — you’ll find that information on the last page of the form, which you can download at https://www.va.gov/find-forms/about-form-26-1880. If you are the surviving spouse of a veteran, you may still be able to get a COE.
The best thing to do is call and speak to an expert. Planet’s VA home loan specialists can be reached at 888-966-9044.
Yes — but they must also meet the VA loan requirements. This means they need to be a qualified spouse or a current or former service member.
Absolutely. This is a benefit that you can use more than once. If you’ve already bought and sold a home, you may reapply. You can also refinance your existing VA home loan, or have two VA loans for two different homes at the same time, but you can’t use rental income to qualify for that second loan.
Yes. In fact, you should! Pre-approval lets you know your real budget and shows both sellers and real estate agents that you’re a serious, qualified buyer. Call us at 888-966-9044 to learn more about the difference between pre-qualification and pre-approval.
Every lender sets its own interest rates, and ours are excellent. Call us at 888-966-9044 to find out more about how you can save with Planet.