Please read the helpful VA Refinance FAQ’s below from other VA homeowners – Call us at ph: 800-691-8826 if you have a question.
What are the requirements of the VA Refinance program? C. Duval – Pensacola, FL
The loan you are refinancing must have been guaranteed using your VA entitlement. The new loan will reuse the entitlement you originally used. A Certificate of Eligibility (COE) is not required. We can verify your previous loan information by using our automated system.
Can I refinance if I owe more on the house than what it’s worth? J. Greene – Jacksonville, FL
Yes. The VA streamline does not require an appraisal, therefore no value is established for the property. Regardless of how much you are “underwater” or “upside-down” the current value of the property is not important.
I currently have a conventional loan on my house. However, I also have VA loan eligibility as well. Can I refinance my conventional loan into a VA loan in order to cash out some equity for home improvements? H. Gilbert – Dallas, TX
Yes, you can apply for the VA 100% cash out refinance assuming you have VA loan entitlement and are qualified.
Can I get some cash out of my property at closing with a VA streamline? K. Earnest – Columbus, GA
The short answer is No. VA streamlines are meant only to pay off the existing loan and closing costs. One exception is when a veteran prepays for energy efficient improvements and needs to be reimbursed for actual costs. We do offer the separate VA Cash Out Refinance program up to 100% loan to value!
How do the VA interest rates compare to conventional loans? M. Myers – Atlanta, GA
In many cases the VA interest rates are lower. The VA loan program offers some of the most competitive rates available. The amount of money that you can save with a VA streamline refinance can be significant depending on your current loan interest rate and loan amount. Give us a call at 800-691-8826, we would be happy to do a quick evaluation with you to see if a VA refinance makes sense.
Do I need to contact my original lender to refinance my VA mortgage? L. Jefferson – Tallahassee, FL
No, any VA approved lender or bank is ok, we would be happy to assist you. For questions just submit the quick Info Request Form here and a VA loan specialist will contact you 7 days a week.
What is a VA IRRRL? A. Brown – Dothan, Ala
IRRRL stands for Interest Rate Reduction Refinancing Loan. You may also see it referred to as a “VA Streamline” or “VA to VA” It is used to refinance an existing VA guaranteed loan to reduce the interest rate or to refinance an adjustable rate mortgage (ARM) to a fixed rate.
Does the VA streamline refinance program require a credit check and or an appraisal? D. Edmonds – Ocala, FL
The VA itself does not require an appraisal or credit check when doing a VA streamline, but that doesn’t mean that a lender will not require it. Requirements for appraisals and credit checks can vary from lender to lender.
Can I get cash back or cash out on a VA IRRRL? F. Monroe – Miami, FL
Not on the IRRRL program, as this refi program is designed to help VA homeowners lower their interest rate with little paperwork and not to provide any cash back from the equity in their home. However, there is a 100% cash out VA refinance option available to homeowners that have significant equity – up to 100% of your home’s value. Contact us to learn more by calling Ph: 800-691-8826
How long does the VA refinance closing process take in 2016? Y. Sampson – St. Petersberg, FL
The VA closing process is pretty quick. For the VA streamline and IRRRL the entire process only takes 2-3 weeks. The VA cash-out refinance will take a little longer as this program requires a new appraisal to be ordered.
Please call us with questions 7 days a week at ph: 800-691-8826. As of 2017, VA mortgage rates are super low. You can also expedite your request more quickly by submitting the short information request form on this page.
Please be sure to see the VA Purchase FAQ link here if you have questions about the VA home purchase program.
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