Department of Veterans Affairs

United States Dept of Veterans Affairs, Home Loan Guarantee Services.

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Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

Loan Guarantee Service
810 Vermont Avenue, North West
Washington, D.C. 20420

Phone: (800) 827-1000

The federal agency that guarantees a portion of home loans to veterans and regulates their distribution. The Department of Veterans Affairs publishes a pamphlet about guaranteed home loans for veterans that's free for the writing. Contact your local VA office for additional information.

The Department of Veterans Affairs also runs a Vendee Financing program, which provides inexpensive financing of VA acquired homes (with little or no down payment required, and a discount for a cash purchase). You need not be a veteran to qualify. Check with the Loan Guarantee Service for more information and current qualifications.

You can alternatively visit the website of the CPSC for all inquiries by following this link:
Department of Veterans Affairs.


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