I'm currently a vet of the Untied States Armed Forces, and I wanted to know how I can get into this room as soon as possible?

My lease is up on the beginning of March of 2011, and was tired of not having a place of my own.
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Stormy Salvador
answer by Stormy Salvador   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Hello Antonio. I have a great lender that specialized in government loans, she is the best I have found. I can email you her contact information if you would like. I will check to see if this property can go VA, please call or email for more information.
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answer by Cindy Greenwald   |   Contact Me
Your first step as Dirk has mentioned is to get your preapproval from your lender. Once you have that letter in hand you can then write an offer on this property. It's difficult to tell from the description whether or not it's in good enough shape to qualify for a VA loan. The VA backed loans require a bit more than conventional loans. This house may, or may not qualify. Good luck on your quest!
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answer by Dirk Cahaan   |   Visit My Website   |   Contact Me
Click on my link and either shoot me an email or give me a call. I can get you a pre-approval on a loan so you can put in an offer on a house. There are no shortcuts, the quickest way forward is to start moving.
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