The Book on VA Loans: Synopsis
For nearly 70 years, the VA loan program has helped U.S. service members and their families achieve the dream of homeownership. Today, in the wake of the subprime mortgage meltdown and ensuing foreclosure crisis, this no-down payment loan is more important than ever.
VA loans have emerged as a lifeline for veterans and active duty personnel who understand their unmatched safety and buying power.
The Book on VA Loans takes service members and their families on an insider's journey into VA loans, from credit scores and interest rates to the unique opportunities and challenges of this long-cherished program. Readers get insider tips and expert advice from the country's largest dedicated VA lender, Veterans United Home Loans. They also receive a buyer-friendly education in a sometimes complicated world that can trip up even seasoned real estate veterans.
Featuring simple, straightforward language and voices of previous VA borrowers, this resource helps ensure service members are in the best position possible to maximize the benefits earned by their service.
About Veterans United Home Loans
Missouri-based Veterans United Home Loans is the nation's largest dedicated VA lender.
Veterans United Home Loans and its more than 1,300 employees have a passion for serving those who have proudly served our country. The company's mission is to help veterans and active military members take advantage of the home loan benefits earned by their service.
Veterans United Home Loans financed more than $3.3 billion in 2012. Also in 2012, the company was named the No. 21 best medium sized place to work by Great Place to Work and the No. 29 private job creator in the country by Inc. Magazine.