Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) September 06, 2012
On September 4th, 2012 Texas Veterans found home owning relief and support with a group of Real Estate Agents from Security American Realty; Ryan Ward, Garrett Puckett, & Carlos Say.
Security American Realty also recently launched a new VA-focused website that serves as an advocate site for military families looking to live in Texas and/or Florida, and for those looking to use their VA home loan benefits. The 'Great State of Texas' is one of the most rewarding places to move to if you are a military service member due to the simple fact that the southern state houses an estimated population of around 1,693,800 veterans alone. Having as many as fifteen military bases, including Fort Hood, which is one of the largest military installations in the United States is also something Texans like to brag about. Popular metro cities range in climates, from having the warm tropical feel (in San Antonio and Houston) to the lake-filled, hill spring culture (in Austin and Dallas).
Licensed RMLS professionals and Veterans in Texas could learn a lot from the gentleman at Security American Realty recently started to create a good cross-beneficial program for military members to take advantage of in Texas. Advantages include VA mortgage assistance with purchasing a home using VA Home Loans and/or VA Refinance Loans. With expert advice right at the fingertips of recently transitioned veterans, the process of buying a home has been made so much easier by Real Estate Agents like those from Security American Realty, who bend to the needs of the people who fought hard for the county that we live in.
Providing VA Home Loan benefits to Houston home buyers who are previous veterans can be a great reward for Real Estate Agents who are dedicated to helping military families find homes in Houston, Austin, Dallas, and San Antonio.
VA Home Loan Benefits are available to all eligible veterans and military members, including spouses of the military deceased members. For single parents left alone at the hand of combat or war, though the loss of a loved one has gone, the hope of owning a home can still be achieved using VA home loan benefits. All dreams of owning a home can be held by the buyer at an astounding low cost too.
All a veteran needs to do in order to begin the VA loan process is to fill out the form to obtain a Certificate of Eligibility (COE) approval from VA. Any VA Lender, like Security America Mortgage for example, can fill out a short form to receive help in obtaining a COE. Most COE request forms can be completed from any VA approved lenders' website online. Veterans can also obtain COE forms at any regional VA loan offices. The form is also free regardless of which method is used, but for veterans purchasing a home in Texas, the best route to take is to contact a VA lender in order to receive fast and seamless customer service when obtaining VA benefit requests for a mortgage.
Referral agent programs have also been implemented recently by Security American Realty to assist in the effort to secure the VA guaranty benefit for military members. A lender that uses an agent to perform any portion of the work involved in originating and closing a VA-guaranteed loan is the “sponsoring lender” for that agent.
Veterans who have used the Real Estate pros that specialize in VA home loan benefits have been given the opportunity to save twice as much money on a home purchase that they would have had before with an average Real Estate Agent. Since Security American Realty refer all of their clients to financial experts that are already approved VA Mortgage Lenders, dedicated to assisting veterans with home ownership, military families are now catered to in the great state of Texas.
Learning more about buying a home in Texas makes the process of purchasing and finding a home easier when Real Estate experts like those from Security American Realty are contacted before a decision is made. Real Estate Agents making the difference for Veterans moving to Texas is a strong mission to stand for, to say the least.