Did you know that if you have served in our nation’s military, there is a chance that you could qualify for an Indianapolis VA home loan with zero down payment and competitive interest rates? The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has been insuring these loans since 1944. To date, more than 22 million veterans, service members and surviving spouses have used VA loans to move into homes or refinance.
Grandview Lending can help you apply for a VA loan. Because these loans are insured by the VA, they pose less risk to lenders. That means you get to reap the following benefits:
Note that we also work with the Sapphire Program through the National Homebuyers Fund (NHF). Through this program, eligible homebuyers may receive a grant of 4.5% of the cost of a home loan. This can be used to help pay the closing costs of a VA loan.
We partner with our clients, walking shoulder to shoulder with them through the financial maze that mortgage lending has become.
There are several ways you can use a VA loan:
You might qualify for a VA loan if you fall into any of the following categories:
There is a minimum service term requirement to be eligible for a VA loan. The exact term varies based on when you served, but it is usually 90 days.
Ready to apply for a VA loan in Indianapolis and enjoy zero down payment, no PMI, and other great benefits? Give Grandview Lending a call at 317.255.0062. We can help you determine your eligibility and assist you in applying for a VA loan. If you do not qualify, we will work with you to find another mortgage program that will fit your needs.
Amid global concern about COVID-19, we will continue to be here for our customers.
As people and companies all across the country take additional preparations to protect against the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we acknowledge that your mortgage concerns will likely not be taking a break. At this time, we will remain open full-time and will continue to service our customers with the same fast response times you’ve come to expect from us.
Due to the increasing number of reported cases in the U.S., we are continuously monitoring the situation. We will also continue to actively assess the necessary actions we need to take in order to ensure the health and safety of our customers, employees, and their families. We hope that you will join us in taking some basic and important measures, such as frequent hand washing, to keep communal risk low.