The VA Loan became known in 1944 through the original Servicemen’s Readjustment Act also known as the GI Bill of Rights. The GI Bill was signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and provided veterans with a federally guaranteed home with no down payment. This feature was designed to provide housing and assistance for veterans and their families, and the dream of home ownership became a reality for millions of veterans. The GI Bill contributed more than any other program in history to the welfare of veterans and their families, and to the growth of the nation’s economy.

VA Financing:

  • No down payment required
  • VA Upfront 1st Time Funding Fee 2.15% (some veterans are exempt
    from this fee – check with VA to find out if you are exempt)
  • No monthly mortgage insurance required
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STEPS TO SECURING A VA MORTGAGE LOAN

Below is a brief summary of the mortgage loan process. Please note, this process is not concrete and certain steps of the process may change based on individual situations.
Pre-Qualification:
  • Borrower puts offer on potential home
  • Accepted purchase contract is sent to MJW by borrower and/or real estate agent
  • Simultaneously, borrower contacts insurance agent to get initial quote for new home purchase. Borrower provides MJW with contact information for insurance.
  • MJW discusses rates with borrower
  • Initial disclosures – which include information previously sent plus additional information requested by loan officer
Loan Process Begins:

The VA Loan became known in 1944 through the original Servicemen’s Readjustment Act also known as the GI Bill of Rights. The GI Bill was signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and provided veterans with a federally guaranteed home with no down payment. This feature was designed to provide housing and assistance for veterans and their families, and the dream of home ownership became a reality for millions of veterans. The GI Bill contributed more than any other program in history to the welfare of veterans and their families, and to the growth of the nation’s economy.

Underwriting Process:
  • MJW discusses rates with borrower
  • Initial disclosures – which include information previously sent plus additional information requested by loan officer
Additional Requests By Underwriter:
  • Borrower puts offer on potential home
  • Accepted purchase contract is sent to MJW by borrower and/or real estate agent
  • Simultaneously, borrower contacts insurance agent to get initial quote for new home purchase. Borrower provides MJW with contact information for insurance.
  • MJW discusses rates with borrower
  • Initial disclosures – which include information previously sent plus additional information requested by loan officer
Clear To Close Issued:
  • Borrower puts offer on potential home
  • Accepted purchase contract is sent to MJW by borrower and/or real estate agent
  • MJW discusses rates with borrower
  • Initial disclosures – which include information previously sent plus additional information requested by loan officer

INCOME AND ASSET DOCUMENTS FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION

Do NOT black out or cross out any information on documents or they will not be accepted by underwriting. Additionally, please make sure all submissions via email are in .pdf format.
01
Pay Stubs
Must reflect the last 30 days and include: borrower name, company name, company address, pay period, pay date, salary/wages, current payment information, year-to-date information.
02
Bank Statements
Must reflect the last two months (NOTE: If a retirement account is included, must be quarterly statement). Must include: borrower’s name, address, account number, bank name. All pages in numerical order, even if blank. NO ONLINE PRINT OUTS ACCEPTED!
03
W-2 And Federal Tax Returns
Must include documents for the last two consecutive years (all pages/schedules). NOTE: Self-employed borrowers will need copies of all K-1s if ownership in business is 25% or more; copies of all pages of business returns will be required.
04
Photo ID
Must be legible. Must be provided by all borrowers/co-borrowers.
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