va loans: What is the Maximum VA Loan Amount? - 01/14/14 02:40 AM
Do VA loans have set loan limits like FHA? Today we will go into detail about this portion of the VA qualifying process and how to help both Veterans and Realtors maximize the benefits of the VA loan program.

 
 VA Loan Limit Guidelines Per VA.gov website:  “VA does not set a cap on how much you can borrow to finance your home. However, there are limits on the amount of liability VA can assume, which usually affects the amount of money a lender will finance.”
“The loan limits for a VA loan are the amount a qualified Veteran with full entitlement may … (0 comments)

va loans: What is VA Bonus Entitlement and Are You Eligible? - 12/24/13 01:40 AM
Veterans who no longer have access to what is known as “basic entitlement” are eligible for a VA Bonus Entitlement to finance a home using a VA loan. This week’s tip is important as calculating an entitlement can be confusing for both Realtors and VA homebuyers.
 

 
VA Bonus Entitlement Guidelines Entitlement for a VA home loan is broken down into two different groups;
Basic Entitlement: Can never exceed $36,000 and is used to guaranty VA home loans up to $144,000. Bonus Entitlement: Cannot be used on loans under $144,000. Covers the remaining loan amount from $144,001 up to the FHFA’s … (0 comments)

 
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Sean Stephens

USDA Loan Pro

Tampa, FL

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Sean Stephens has an expertise in mortgage lending with experience since 1998. With his extensive loan knowledge, Sean has dedicated himself to become the “USDA Loan Pro” and help people discover the many benefits of the USDA Rural Home Loan Program along with how it can empower them to homeownership. In 2001 he founded Metroplex Mortgage Services, Inc. in Tampa and since then has built a team laser focused on helping homebuyers navigate the financing maze of VA, FHA, Conventional, and of course the USDA program. Sean currently holds his mortgage license in Alabama, Florida, Tennessee, and Texas. And best of all, he loves what he does!


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