There are a variety of uses that the VA Loan can be used for which can satisfy the needs of most. It is important to note that the Veterans Affairs (VA) has an owner occupancy requirement therefore any of the below options must be occupied by the beneficiary. All homes other than a home that is manufactured require the structure be in move in condition. You have the option to make short sale purchases with your VA Loan however foreclosures purchases are considered “as is” and normally can’t be purchased using your VA Loan entitlement. The below uses are eligible under the VA Home Loan Benefit:
Single Family House
A single family home is usually a detached structure and consists of just one dwelling unit.
A multi-family home is a home that has more than one unit. These are also known as duplex (2-units), Triplex (3 units), or quads (4-units). The VA Loan can be used to purchase up to a 4 unit complex.
Condominium or Co-op
The VA allows for purchase of a condominium or co-op in approved VA building. You can request a condo report by the VA here.
The VA allows for purchase of a qualifying manufactured home and lot. For more information about VA Loan usage for manufactured homes click here.
Energy Efficient Improvements
You can use your VA Loan to make energy efficient improvements to your home for up to $6,000 using your VA Loan.
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