Military home loan

Owning vs. Renting a home

By |July 7th, 2014|

Owning vs. Renting a home
Are you a Military Veteran or civilian that is debating Owning vs. Renting a home?

Owning vs. Renting a home can benefit in many ways.

1. Owning a home and getting a VA loan allows you to build equity.  This can be a great investment.

2. You get tax deductions on the interest, taxes and insurance.

3 Owning gives all people a better since of pride

4. Paying rent is just helping someone else pay their mortgage.

5. A mortgage payment building equity can be less than a rent payment.

6. Owning a home helps you beat inflation.

There are times when renting is a better option.

1. Lack of job stability

2. Maintaining a home can be a challenge if you don’t have time.  Renting doesn’t require the same amount of maintenance.

3.  Learn more about Owning vs. Renting for Veterans and civilians.  Additional information about Owing [...]

Veteran Benefits regardless of credit score

By |July 3rd, 2014|

Veteran Benefits regardless of credit score
On our Veteran Benefits ads our Military Veterans are confused on why the credit score on VA Loans can get approved with a 600 middle score. It also bothers them that they cannot get a VA Loan if their credit is less or even more than 600. The Veteran Benefits and guidelines can be a bit challenging, but it’s possible to get approval with a 600. Higher credit helps significantly in the process but there are other critical factors such as your debt ratio and your last one year credit history. Typically there are ways to get your credit up before closing to get the best possible deal. We can help you with a plan to use your Veterans Benefits now or in the future. Brent Reedle is a Veteran that does Tri-Merge Credit Investigations.

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