Texas Military Appreciation and VA Loan Promotion

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From April 1st – July 23rd LowVARates will be honoring the military personnel and veterans of Texas by providing deep discounts on VA home purchases and refinances. The 90 day VA Loan offer is in association with Texas Military Appreciation week. Families can take advantage of the offer by vesting: http://www.LowVARates.com

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Texas is one of the largest military states in the nation. We want to show our appreciation to the troops of Texas by offering a nice promotion on Texas VA home loans.

For the next 90 days, the military and veterans of Texas will be honored during the Texas Military Appreciation Promotion with discounts on Texas VA loans.

LowVARates also officially declared April 16th – 20th Texas Military Appreciation Week. The week gives the nation a change to honor and celebrate the valuable history of Texas military.

The promotion is available and run through LowVARates.com. The organization is dedicated to giving back to the veterans and military personnel of Texas.

“Texas is one of the largest military states in the nation,” Owner of LowVARates, Eric Kandell said. “We want to show our appreciation to the troops of Texas by offering a nice promotion on Texas VA home loans.”

Texas military personnel and veterans will have all the underwriting and processing fees completely waived during the process of purchasing and refinancing their VA loan.

Underwriting and processing fees are a standard part of buying or refinancing a home. For Texas military homeowners, these costs will be waived to help military families receive well-deserved benefits.

“Underwriting and processing fees can be expensive,” Kandell said. “During the next 90 days we hope many veterans will purchase or refinance their VA loan that otherwise would not have.”

There are close to 200,000 active military personnel in Texas. Texas is the largest military state in the nation. They are also home to the largest Army installation in the U.S., Fort Hood. Texas has 23 major military installations and is culturally benefited by the large military population.

The Texas military dates back to the early 1800’s where the Texas militia was formed to preserve security and create unity. The militia was officially organized in 1823 and many years after the militia was created they became known as the “Texas Rangers.” The main purpose of the “Texas Rangers” was to protect locals from attacks from Indians.

Today, Texas is still a huge part of the nation’s military force. Hundreds to thousands of troops from Texas help protect our freedoms by fulfilling deployments around the world. Because the military is so prevalent in Texas, LowVARates.com wants to thank all those who fight for our freedoms by offering a Texas military discount.

“There are so many troops in Texas that it feels like the right thing to do to offer this promotion,” Kandell said. “We just want to thank the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces, particularly those in Texas.”

Texas military can take advantage of the offer by visiting http://www.LowVARates.com or calling a loan specialist at 888-657-2848.

This offer is available for military personnel and veterans looking to purchase a new home or refinance the rate of an existing loan. The offer will run April 1st through July 23rd 2010. The Texas Military Appreciation Week will run from April 16th – 20th.

For the past 20 years LowVARates.com has been dedicated to serving veteran homeowners. We specialize in providing VA loans to qualified veterans for mortgage purchases and refinances. These loans provide lower interest rates and monthly payments than other traditional loans.

VA loans are currently the only program left that allows no-money-down loans providing a secure mortgage option guaranteed by the Federal Government.    Our professional staff and loan officers will assist you to lock in low interest rates and take advantage of the unique opportunity provided through VA loans.

Craig Walton
Director of Public Relations
Office: 801-341-7048
Cell: 801-824-1635


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