Learn more about buying new construction using your VA loan!

Raoul Rowe

Army Veteran​

As a 10-year Army veteran and experienced real estate broker, Raoul Rowe has a unique perspective on the challenges that come with using a VA loan. Having used his own VA loan to purchase a home, he knows both sides of the process and is dedicated to helping other veterans avoid common mistakes when applying. With Raoul’s expertise, you can navigate the home buying process with confidence and achieve your real estate goals.

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Why Use Your VA Loan to buy New Construction?

If you are a first-time home buyer and you are eligible for a VA loan, I encourage you to consider using it to purchase a new construction. With no down payment required, no PMI, and flexible financing options, VA loans can make homeownership more affordable and accessible.

Save Thousands in Closing Cost

In addition to your VA benefits, many builders are willing to help with closing costs you can get into a home with little to no money out of pocket. And, with builder assistance with closing costs, you can save even more mone

Home Warranty

New home warranties typically cover major systems and appliances, such as the HVAC system, plumbing, electrical, and appliances. Some warranties may also cover smaller items, such as garage door openers and water heaters. Peace of mine ☺️

Building New Equity

By purchasing a home in a new subdivision, you are investing in an area that is likely to experience growth and appreciation in value. This means that, over time, your home will build equity, which can be a valuable asset for you and your family.

Energy Efficiency

New construction homes often come with energy-efficient features that can save you money on utilities in the long run. For example, a new home may have better insulation, high-efficiency HVAC systems, and ENERGY STAR-rated appliances.

Save Property Taxes

When you first purchase your home as new construction, the overall property is taxed at a lower amount because your home has yet to mature. There will be a time when your home matures and property taxes become up-to-date, but at least for that first year or so, you will save money when it comes to your property taxes.

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