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Mortgage Loans and the VA 

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VA Loans are guaranteed by the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs. Veterans who are eligible for a VA loan receive specific guidelines and low interest rates to help you purchase or refinance a home. Veterans and surviving spouses (who haven’t remarried) are eligible for VA home mortgage loans. In order to qualify for a VA loan, certain criteria - credit score, length of military service, applications, etc. - need to be met before financing can be made available. Contact one of our skilled loan consultants today to begin discussing your VA loan eligibility.

We are a VA-Approved Loan Lender

The Veterans Administration doesn’t directly loan money to qualified personnel. That responsibility has been passed on to VA-approved banks across the country. The VA issues a guaranty for each VA mortgage loan that puts the full faith of the government agency behind the loan issued. What does this mean for you? It means that the bank you pick for your VA loan is very important. Your

experience and approval are in the banks hands. As a top VA loan lender, you can rest assured that North American Savings Bank does due diligence to assure you the best VA home loan experience.

VA Loan Application – What Paperwork Can I Expect?

The first step is working with your NASB Loan Consultant so that we can learn more about your goals and situation. We will then help you to complete a mortgage application which is required to apply for a loan. Once the application has been complete your loan consultant will begin pre-qualifying you by verifying your credit scores and history, and ensuring your income is sufficient to meet your liabilities and the mortgage you're looking to take out. Assuming you’re able to be pre-qualified then your loan consultant will outline any necessary documentation we will need to verify the information you provided on the mortgage application.

You will need the following paperwork to apply:

Certificate of Eligibility

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