Sometimes you require additional cash now, for a real need. Perhaps you need to pay college tuition, or perhaps it's time to make improvements that will increase the value of your home prior to sale. Maybe you just want to take advantage of lower interest rates so you can keep more of your hard-earned money in your own pocket.
It may be the time to consider the many options available for refinancing your VA Home Loan.
Whether you need money to consolidate high interest credit card debt, pay for college tuition, buy a new car, or make home improvements to your home, VALoans.com can find a way to get you the cash you need through a refinance.
A VA refinance transaction involves repayment of your current real estate debt from the proceeds of your new VA mortgage that has the same borrower(s) using the same property. This is called a "Cash Out" Refinance.
Cash-Out Refinances are used for homes that are used as a principal residence by its owner. That owner can refinance for up to 90% of the appraised value (Not available in Texas) plus all closing costs if the property can withstand the designated loan to value ratio. There is no minimum amount of time that you must own your home, yet your home must have sufficient equity to qualify for the loan.
The VA has created a program called the Streamline Refinance to provide a way for current VA homeowners to lower their interest rate with little or no out-of-pocket costs. These loans can also be made faster and with less documentation than a typical loan.
An Interest Rate Reduction Loan or Streamline Refinance allows you to refinance your current mortgage interest rate to a lower rate than you are currently paying. This is only available to veterans who are refinancing their original VA mortgage and utilized their original eligibility.
"No Cost" Streamlines let you refinance your mortgage with no out-of-pocket expenses. One option is to let the lender pay the costs in exchange for a higher interest rate. Another option that lets you obtain market rates is to roll the closing costs into the new loan.BASICS OF THE STREAMLINE REFINANCE