May marks the 25th Annual Hawaii Military Appreciation Month and we want to help military personnel and veterans receive a nice discount
Lehi, Utah (Vocus) April 30, 2010
Throughout the month of May, the men and women of the Hawaii U.S. Armed Forces will be honored with LowVARates Hawaii Military Appreciation Month and Hawaii VA Loan Promotion.
This May marks the official 25th Annual Hawaii Military Appreciation Month to honor Hawaiian troops and their families. The celebration will include various activities throughout the month for both military and civilian families.
From May 5th – May 30th, LowVARates will celebrate Hawaii Military Appreciation Week. During the month, Hawaii military history and culture will be honored and veterans and military personnel will be able to receive special veteran benefits in Hawaii on VA home loans.
LowVARates.com VA Loan Promotion is in conjunction with the Hawaii Appreciation Month and gives military personnel and veterans a chance to take advantage of low interest rates.
All VA loans closed by military personnel and veterans during the military appreciation promotion will have their underwriting and processing fees waived. This offer is approximately a $1,500 - $2,000 saving on the loan process and only available to military personnel and veterans of the Hawaiian U.S. Armed Forces.
The costs of a home can be pricey and LowVARates will help Hawaii military families save money particularly in a tough economy. Underwriting and process fees are a standard part of any home purchase or refinance. For a 90 day window, Hawaii military families will be able to avoid these costs.
Owner of LowVARates.com, Eric Kandell, has provided the promotion to show his gratitude for the military and their service, particularly those in Georgia.
“May marks the 25th Annual Hawaii Military Appreciation Month and we want to help military personnel and veterans receive a nice discount,” Kandell said. “This offer will definitely save military families a lot of money and hopefully give them a chance to purchase or refinance a home in a tough economy.”
Military personnel and veterans have a huge involvement in Hawaii’s demographic and have shaped the states rich tradition.
In Hawaii there are approximately 46,000 troops stationed on military bases. The state has 14 major stations and has always been a huge hub for military activity.
Hawaii is home to Hickam Air Force Base which is one the largest air force bases in the nation and is home for over 9,000 airmen and 22,518 military dependents.
This year also denotes the 69th anniversary of the attack at Pearl Harbor. Many current military personnel and veterans still have memories of the tragic event and continue to sacrifice their lives for the freedoms we enjoy.
Because the military is so prevalent in Hawaii and has such a rich history, LowVARates.com wants to thank all those how fight for our freedoms by offering a Hawaii military discount.
Hawaii homeowners can take advantage of the offer by visiting http://www.lowvarates.com or calling a loan specialist toll free at 888-657-2848.
“The men and women of the U.S Armed Forces do so much for this great nation,” Kandell said. “We want to give back to the troops by providing them with a chance to have home ownership or refinance their existing loan.”
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 17th 2010.
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 mortgage 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.
Director of Public Relations
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