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What to expect from the
VA loan process

Owning a home is the most worthwhile of goals,
and we are with you every step.

What is the process?

No two borrowers are identical, but there are some common steps to buying a home with a VA home loan.

Real homebuying experiences

See for yourself how an experienced VA lender can be the key to a smooth process.

Map your path

Every hopeful homeowner passes through similar stages to achieve their goal. Which stage are you pursuing now?

A VA Loan in Five Steps
A VA Loan in Five Steps

No matter where you are today, we are here to help you with your homeownership goals. Get an idea of what to expect when using your VA loan benefit to buy a home.

When you're ready, your personal loan officer from Veterans First will walk you through the process, step by step.

This Coast Guard Veteran almost told his real estate agent to ship out. Then we stepped in.

"The process couldn’t have been any easier."

Bryan Reed

US COAST GUARD

Stages in the home buying process

It's common for hopeful homeowners to wonder when is the right time to talk with a lender. Every day, we receive hundreds of inquiries from Veterans and their families, who are all at different stages in the home loan process. Even if you're just getting started, it's never too early to get help and advice from an experienced lender. In reality, many who talk to us early in the process are surprised at the help and attention they receive navigating all the stages of their homebuying experience.

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Get a quote

Whether you're ready to apply now, or simply looking to explore your options, this is the easiest way to get started. Our experienced lending professionals stand ready to listen and respond, with no obligation.

Call us at 800-217-1596
or submit the simple form below.

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