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The Basics of a VA Home Loan

[fa icon="calendar'] Mar 16, 2018 12:28:26 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in today's interest rates, homeowners insurance, home inspection, Eustis Family of Companies, mortgage stress, mortgage savings, lender lingo, home prices, stock market, community development block grant, mortgage calculator tricks, mortgage calculator, Announcements, mortgage terms, interest rates, retirement, mortgage credibility, MCAI, credit card rule, holiday season, single women homebuyers, obstacles to homeownership, housing industry, homebuilder sentiment, first-time homebuyers, mortgage credit availability, disaster recovery, 203(k) loan, mortgage credit, millennial homebuyers, FICO Scores, closing costs, dodd-frank act, home financing, common real estate fears, overcoming real estate fears, property taxes, inflation, mortgage tax deductions, home renovations, home builder confidence, fannie mae, freddie mac, real estate scam, federal reserve, home value, flood insurance, student loan debt, homebuying with student loan debt, pending home sale, ind, homebuying tricks, natural disasters, mortgage mistakes, awards, mortgage market, home building, fha 203k loans, mortgage underwriting, rental property, mortgage after divorce, transitioning into homeownership, home appraisal, housing affordability, mortgage information, title insurance, VA loans, Active Military and Veterans, prepaids

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Find out why a total of 169,161 military personnel are already projected to take advantage of VA Home Loan Benefits this year!

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How to Reduce the Cost of Homeowners Insurance

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 2, 2018 12:26:05 PM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in homeowners insurance, transitioning into homeownership

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So You’ve Bought A House And The Sale Is Pending, Now What?

[fa icon="calendar'] Sep 27, 2016 11:58:00 AM / by Eustis Mortgage posted in home buying, homeowners insurance, home inspection

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Buying a house is no instantaneous process. It takes time to find a house, make an offer, close, and finally move. Once you get to making that offer and getting that offer approved, there’s two things you should do before closing. Namely get an inspection and get homeowners insurance. Both will ensure that your new home is safe and will stay this way for as long as you live there.

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