Louisville, Kentucky VA Loan Requirements for 2016

Net Tangible Benefit Form
The Net Tangible Benefit Form for FHA Streamline loans has been updated to reflect all potential methods of meeting the current FHA Net Tangible Benefit requirement. The updated form has been uploaded to guidelines and can be found HERE. This version of the form should be used going forwards.

Clarification of FHA Definition of “Family Member”
In all instances where FHA uses the term “Family Member”, it is defined as any of the following:

Child: defined as any son, stepson, daughter, stepdaughter, or foster child
Parent: including step-parents and foster parents
Grandparent: including step-grandparents and foster grandparents
Sibling: defined as any brother, stepbrother, sister, or stepsister
Legally adopted son or daughter, including a child who is placed with the borrower by an authorized agency for legal adoption
Spouse or domestic partner
In-Laws: defined as any son-in-law, daughter-in-law, father-in-law, mother-in-law, brother-in-law, or sister-in-law of the borrower

Kentucky VA Mortgage Home Lender


VA Home Loans in Louisville, Kentucky Under the GI Bill, Active military personnel as well as their spouses may qualify a home loan in Louisville, Kentucky using the benefits for veterans. This loan program is designed to offer the most flexibility as well as affordability to veterans and their family for appreciation of services to our country. The VA’s guarantee a portion of the loan gives the veteran the ability to purchase a home with zero down payment. The most significant advantage of your VA home loans Louisville,  Kentucky is that you can buy your with little to nothing out of pocket. As a former 19 kilo Army Tanker , the VA loans are my favorite, as I am able to assist other military members in realizing their dream of home ownership.

The Key benefits of the Kentucky Veterans Administration Homes Loans  are:

  • Lowe  credit requirements (620 credit scores)
  • No money down loans
  • low…

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