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The VA Home Loan Advantage

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At its core, our company has been shaped by a dedication to extraordinary service.  That is why HomeServices Lending is extending incentive offers—in addition to the beneficial features of a VA home loan—to help lower the cost of purchasing a home for veterans in need of housing within the communities we serve.

Savings for Eligible VA Home Loan Borrowers
HomeServices Lending proudly salutes the commitment of service members, veterans, and military families who have supported and defended our nation. As our way of saying “Thank You”, the following VA home loan incentives are available to all eligible VA home loan borrowers:

  • No loan origination fee (up to $1,050 value) through HomeServices Lending
  • Lender credit toward appraisal1 (up to $800 value)

Want to learn more about the VA Home Loan Advantage?  Contact a mortgage consultant near you!


HomeServices Lending is not affiliated with or endorsed by any government agencies.
1. Borrowers are eligible for a lender credit toward closing costs on the Closing Disclosure on a new purchase, secured by a first mortgage or deed of trust (New Loan), subject to qualification, approval and closing with HomeServices Lending. Loan must close within 90 days from the date of loan application. Lender credit may not exceed $800.00 for appraisal and will be applied against the cost of the first appraisal only.  No credit will be provided for additional appraisals, if required. This offer must be presented at time of application and all eligibility requirements met no later than 2 days prior to the New Loan closing date. This lender credit is void where prohibited and is non-transferable, subject to the terms herein, and valid on all complete applications received on or before 12/31/2022.
All Incentive offers valid on complete VA home loan applications received between 01/01/2022 and 12/31/2022. Loan must close within 90 days from the date of loan application. Only one discount permitted per New Loan.

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