Veterans and Active Duty Military Have A Secret Weapon When Buying A Home in Virginia and Maryland

Veterans and Active Duty Military Have a Secret Weapon When Buying a Home in Virginia and Maryland.

Veterans and Active Duty Military have a
secret weapon when buying a home in Virginia and Maryland. The secret weapon is a Veteran Home Loan with No Money Down. There has been much talk about the changes in regulations and guidelines on just about every other loan type. In my opinion many have not been beneficial to consumers. The Veteran Home Loan guidelines have remained virtually the same for years making it easier for Veterans or Active Duty Military to qualify for a home loan.

Here are some of the benefits of using your secret weapon:

  • No Money Down up to $818,750 in Washington DC Metro Area
  • No Mortgage Insurance
  • Qualifying credit is 600 (at Weststar Mortgage)
  • VA Loans are the most lenient on previous Foreclosures and Short Sales
  • No Funding Fees for Veterans that are 10% disabled

Veterans and Active Duty Military have a secret weapon in the home buying process. Put your Veteran Loan to work with your Veteran Loan Expert in Woodbridge, VA. I will close your VA Loan in Virginia and Maryland in 30 days or less (in most cases).

Not sure if you qualify for a VA Home Loan? Click here to order your Certificate of Eligibility

Contact Markita Aldridge-Woods at (703) 929-2274 or via email for custom tailored mortgage solutions.

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Comment balloon 2 commentsMarkita Woods NMLS#196099 • June 02 2011 06:14PM


Hi Markita, You ought to get a lot of veterans applying for that VA loan. There should be quite a few applying, and I love that the Funding Fee is Free for vets with 10% or more disability. That 600 credit score should draw many vets too.

Posted by Jerry Newman, Texas REALTOR, San Antonio Military Relocation (Brown Realty, 210-789-4216, over 8 years ago


I would suggest that you contact the Airman & FamilyReadiness Center of the local Air Force close by and offer to do a free seminar for them.  That information is very valuable..also, for the members that are retiring, if you either offer to speak at theri TAP or D-Tap Briefings, you would probably get a lot of prospects there

Posted by C. Lloyd McKenzie, Living Albuquerque over 8 years ago