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Dallas VA Loans

Dallas VA loansDallas is one of the most recognized and notable cities in Texas. A major metropolis, Dallas is known as a hub for banking, commerce, telecommunications, computer technology, healthcare and transportation industries. With a multitude of diverse jobs, Dallas may be a great place to settle into a home. If you have been in the military, Dallas VA loans may allow you to purchase your home with no money down.

Am I Eligible for a VA Loan?

In order to be eligible for a Texas VA loan, you must first get a VA Certificate of Eligibility. You must also pass certain income, credit, debt-to-income ratio requirements as well. The basic requirements for Dallas VA loan eligibility are:

  • You must be a United States Veteran, Active Duty Servicemember, Reserves Member, National Guard Member or Surviving Spouse
  • Veterans must have served a minimum of 90 days during specific wartimes or 180 days during peacetimes, or 24 continuous months between 9/7/1980 and today
  • Reserves Members & National Guard must have served a minimum of 6 years
  • All discharges must have been other than dishonorable

Is there really no down payment?

Yes, if you qualify for a VA loan in Dallas, there is no down payment, as long as the home is within the current VA loan limits for the county, which is $417,000. You can still obtain a VA loan for more than $417,000; however you will need a down payment for home loans over this amount.

Apply for a VA loan in DallasHow do I get a VA loan in Dallas?

Jennifer Guidry can help you obtain a VA loan in Dallas by working with you to get your VA Certificate of Eligibility as well as helping you determine if your credit and debt-to-income ratio qualifies. You can get a free VA loan rate quote by simply filling out Jennifer’s secure online mortgage application. Have more questions? Contact her today!

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