There's a lot of misinformation out there about the VA loan. Here's some thing you may not know:
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One of the perks of the VA loan is you can do zero-down payment. However, there is a funding fee you must pay. Most buyers add this to their mortgage. It would be waived if you have a disability rating (10% or more) from the VA.
If you have a disability rating (any amount) from the VA, your funding fee will be waived. Don't have one yet? Well, chat with me about this and I can connect you with someone to help you start your claim. I'll recommend you complete the document on this link before closing on a home so we can get that refunded to you if you get the claim approved. Call me to discuss this. 612-408-1953VA Intent To File
Veterans who are totally and permanently disabled (100% T&P) are eligible for a valuation exclusion of $300,000 on their property tax value. Veterans who are not totally and permanently disabled, but who have a disability rating of 70 percent or higher, are eligible for an exclusion of $150,000. If a qualifying veteran does not own a house, but has a designated “primary family caregiver” who does own a house, the caregiver can receive the exclusion for the time he or she continues in that role.Homestead Valuation Exclusion Form
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