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A Curious User
2 years ago
I used by VA home loan eligibility on a home purchase back in the 80’s. I paid as agreed and the house was paid off years ago. I want to purchase another home utilizing my VA eligibility again and wanted to know how to do this.
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Chris Birk... Answered 3 more questions
2 years ago
A VA lender can help walk you through this. Getting entitlement restored is a pretty simple process involving just a little bit of paperwork. If the original loan was paid in full, you should have access to your full VA loan entitlement.
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Guy Campbell
2 years ago
As a lender we can request your certificate of eligibility although we may need your dd214 since its been some time.
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darrwn monroe
3 months ago
I used my VA loan to purchase a home in 1994, transferred in 1996. Real estate agent was to home on market and sell. Home went into foreclosure. Is it possible to reestablish my eligibility.
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Edward Frankovitch
5 months ago
How do I find a v a lender?
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