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San Antonio VA Home Purchase

San Antonio, Texas, founded in 1731, is the second largest city in the already larger than life state of Texas. In the 2007 census, its population was over 1.2 million, and it was considered the 4th fastest-growing large city in the United States from 2000 - 2006. The famous Alamo is housed in the gorgeous historic downtown district, which also boasts incredible traditional architecture.

Get Started With Your VA Loan Request

Take the first step in your VA Loan by getting in touch with a VA Specialist, Daryl Mitchell at 210-326-5545 with Legacy Mutual Mortgage serving all of Texas NMLS 221138
 

Before you begin your search for a home in San Antonio, it is a good idea to begin the pre-approval process for a Texas VA Loan. This will enable you and your family to concentrate on selecting the perfect home rather than worrying about estimated price ranges. If you are still looking for a great Realtor, I suggest you contact me so that I can hand pick the best fit for you, I will take care of pre-qualifying you for your loan. Legacy Mutual Mortgage and Daryl Mitchell are known for being the largest private mortgage bank team in San Antonio. Start the process today with a free, no obligation pre-qualification. You'll be in your San Antonio dream home in no time.

 

San Antonio is home to a famous historic downtown and the Alamo. The Alamo, originally a compound built by the Spanish for missionary services, it was used most famously as a fortress during the Battle of the Alamo. In 1836, Texan forces held the fortress against the Mexican Army for 13 days before succumbing. The bravery of the Texan soldiers is always remembered in the famous phrase and motto: "Remember the Alamo."

 

Daryl Mitchell  Legacy Mutual Mortgage NMLS 221138

 

210-326-5545     dmitchell@legacymutual.com

 

2526 N Loop 1604 W Ste 150

 

San Antonio Tx 78248

 

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