The VA home loan program was created in 1944, as part of the original Servicemen's Readjustment Act, better known as the GI Bill of Rights. This sweeping legislation aimed to level the playing field for those who served our country during World War II, and in many ways, it reshaped the course of America. VA loans played a critical role in that development.
The VA home loan is a mortgage loan option offered exclusively to active military service members, veterans and surviving spouses. VA loans are financed through private lenders and guaranteed by the Department of Veterans Affairs.
For over 70 years, this government-backed mortgage program has played a vital role in home financing and is more important than ever. Through this online course, you will gain a well-rounded understanding of VA loans and their role within the industry.
Course Instructor: Bart Bartholomew