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VA and Military Loans

Liberty Lending Consultants is committed to helping veterans become homeowners with competitive VA loans. These loans are designed for veterans, active military, reservists and select military spouses to get long-term financing in the purchasing of a primary residence.

Since 1944, when the U.S. government created this loan guaranty program for military members who have courageously served our country, millions of people have been placed into an affordable home financing situation. Men and women, who have paid the ultimate sacrifice, come back to our great country and now have the opportunity to be comfortable in a home of their own. VA loans Missouri are issued by the federal government or by approved lenders such as Liberty Lending Consultants. And, finally, the great news is that VA loans are easier to qualify for than your conventional mortgages!

VA loans are designed to assist veterans with the purchase of a home by providing competitive interest rates and 100% financing. Plus, no down payment of any kind is required. If you’re a veteran who fought for the safety of our country, we want to help you buy a home today! Contact our team to see how VA loans Missouri can help you.

What Are the Advantages of VA Loans from Liberty Lending Consultants?

  • 100% Financing
  • No Monthly PMI
  • Roll in Your Closing Costs
  • Awesome 30, 20 or 15-Year Fixed Rates
  • The VA Funding Fee Is Waived for Veterans Disabled in the Line of Duty
  • Purchase or Refinance | Owner Occupied Only

Eligibility Requirements for a VA Loan

Depending on the type of VA loan you’re applying for, the length of your service/commitment will determine your eligibility for benefits. Some additional eligibility requirements include having a good credit score, sufficient income and a valid Certificate of Eligibility.

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