VA Loans

Case Financial Services proudly salutes all Veterans and thanks them for their service. That is among the many reasons why we love helping them with VA Loans, which are provided by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.

Veteran home loans are mostly based on duty status and are designed to let Veterans, their spouses, widows or widowers purchase a home with no money down. They also often leave funds remaining for homeowners to make improvements to a property. Case Financial Services can assist you in obtaining a VA loan that’ll help finance up to 100% of your mortgage. The amount you will be able to borrow is either 100% of the purchase price, or the reasonable value of your home, whichever is less.A VA funding fee ranging between 0 – 3.3% will be owed at closing, however, this can also be financed. The funding fee will be waived for retired Veterans who are injured 10% or more.

Case Financial Services has helped many veterans in Connecticut finance their home via VA Loans. We’ll guide you through the process step by step and help determine if you qualify. We also want to help ensure this indeed will be your best option to fund your home.

For those searching for a home in any of the following counties in the Constitution State, Case Financial Services advises there are some loan limits on the amount you can finance that apply.

The loan limits for a no money down VA Loan in Connecticut are as follows:

County  Loan Limit
Fairfield     $601,450
Hartford     $417,000
Middlesex     $417,000
New Haven $417,000
New London $417,000
Tolland     $417,000

Should you already have a VA Loan and are wishing to take advantage of its low interest rates, you can also refinance a mortgage. When refinancing, veterans may borrow up to 90% of reasonable value in order to refinance where state law allows.

If you are a qualified Veteran, or a spouse, widow or widower of a Veteran who is thinking of buying or refinancing a home, Case Financial Services would love to help you determine if you qualify for a VA Loan.

Give us a call today at (203) 245–7900 or fill out our quick form to request a free, no obligation consultation.





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