fbpx
Skip to main content
Military member smiling with his family.

What is a VA Loan?

Created in 1944 to help veterans after World War II, VA (Veterans Affairs) Loans are expressly for current and veteran service members – and eligible spouses – looking to purchase or refinance a home. VA Loans have competitive interest rates and usually require no down payment (loan applicants must meet VA eligibility, however.) The maximum loan amount is $548,250, with no mortgage insurance, and the VA funding fee can be financed into the loan (which can be waived by disabled veterans.)

Who is eligible?

VA Loans are for active-duty military or veterans who meets certain service requirements. Spouses of those who served and died, either during active duty or through service-related disability, may also be eligible.

Features

Who is eligible?

VA Loans are for active-duty military or veterans who meets certain service requirements. Spouses of those who served and died, either during active duty or through service-related disability, may also be eligible.

What other loan types are available?

When it comes to loans, you have many more options than you think. Find out about some here:

Possibility starts here.
Find a loan officer near you to get started.

Stay informed in
our Learning Center