VA Mortgage Financial Glossary

What is it? A mortgage, of which only Veterans are eligible, where the lender receives a guarantee to reduce loss from the Veterans Administration (VA). The major advantage of a VA mortgage is that the required down payment is very low, and maximum allowable loan amounts are higher than on FHA loans.

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