Today and Everyday, Thank a United States Veteran
Every day, but especially on this Veteran’s Day, we take the time to thank veterans for their service to the United States. It is because of their sacrifice that citizens like you and me enjoy the freedoms we experience daily. Veterans may purchase their dream homes through the help of a VA Loan.
Thank you, United States veterans, for your service!
How a VA Loan Works
A VA Loan is a mortgage loan issued by approved lenders and guaranteed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The program was created in 1944 by the US government in order to help returning service members purchase homes without needing a down payment or excellent credit. The program has guaranteed millions of VA loans to help veterans, active duty military members and their families purchase homes or refinance their mortgages.
Now more than ever, the VA Home Loan program is important to members of the armed services. Due to the market housing collapse, in recent years, lenders nationwide have tightened their lending requirements. Indeed, the VA Loan is a lifeline for military homebuyers.
Why Work with Mario Quintero
Are you a United States veteran? Have a look at your options for a VA loan with the help of Mario Quintero of STC Loans. Mario has been in the mortgage business since 2002. Mario’s experience is tested and true. Mario has helped hundreds of veterans purchase their dream homes with government VA loans.
Mario Quintero, principal of Strock and Tanner Mortgage, gets your deal done. Let me be both your trusted Miami realtor and Miami mortgage broker.
Get in Touch with Mario
I’m Mario Quintero, your mortgage & realtor for life. Let me be your Miami home consultant. Our office specializes in both residential and commercial real estate and financing programs. Let me help you secure a VA, conventional, jumbo, FHA and foreign national mortgage loans. Furthermore, we can help your elderly parents secure a comfortable retirement with a reverse mortgage.
Call me today at 305-598-1600 or contact me here.