Whether you’re a soldier returning from active duty, Veteran, family member of a Veteran, reservist or a member of the National Guard, please accept our deepest gratitude for your service to our country. By utilizing our VA Resource Center, you can use your VA Home Loan benefit as it was originally intended - as a reward for your service and to help you enjoy the next chapter of your civilian life as much as possible.
Without question, one of the best benefits for our service members continues to be the VA Home Loan Program, which has enabled more than 20 million Veterans achieve the American dream of homeownership. Learn more about your VA Benefits.
Founded by James B. Nutter, Sr., a U.S. Army Veteran. The first loan we ever closed in 1951 was a VA Home Loan - we’ve been helping Veterans with their home loans ever since.
Whether you’re purchasing a home or ready to refinance your existing home loan, for over 65 years, we’ve helped Veterans save hundreds, or even thousands of dollars a month, when they finance their mortgage with Nutter.
The VA Home Loan Program enables Veterans and soldiers who are currently service members obtain a VA Home Loan to help them buy a house. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs establishes the eligibility criteria and program features. Since 1944, the VA has been insuring VA Home Loans which have many attractive features, including 100% financing (zero down payment) for a home purchase and a number of outstanding refinance programs such as a streamline refinance program, or IRRRL, with no lender fees.
0% down payment option
Fixed Rate or Adjustable Rate
Flexible loan terms (30-year, 20-year, 15-year)
No Closing Cost Refinancing options
No appraisal fees
No title fees
No costly discount points
Single-family homes, townhomes and condominiums (with VA approval) are eligible, provided you agree to occupy the property. Investment properties and second homes are not eligible for VA Home Loans.
No, in order to help as many Veterans as possible to buy a home, there is no VA down payment requirement. You can always make a down payment if you want to, but you don’t have to.
By far the most important document to locate is your Certificate of Eligibility (COE). This document helps us calculate how much your VA Loan benefit is and therefore how much house you can afford to buy. The COE is a required document.
Many Veterans are given a hard copy of their COE after they’ve been discharged, but if you’ve misplaced your COE you’ll need to get a new one. You can also call us at 1-800-875-7334 if you need help.
We highly recommend that you contact us to get a Preapproval Letter before you go house shopping. Not only is getting preapproved quick and easy (and free!), but in this highly competitive housing market many realtors insist that you have a Preapproval Letter in hand before you make an offer. With your Preapproval Letter from Nutter, you’ll also know how much house you can afford and whether there are any credit issues that need to be dealt with ahead of time. Get preapproved today - at no cost.
The VA offers a VA Streamline Refinance - otherwise known as the Interest Rate Reduction Refinance Loan (IRRRL) which is a great refinancing program for those Veterans who already have a VA Loan.
The VA allows you to do a “streamline refinance” on your existing VA Home Loan to lower your interest rate without an appraisal and without having to qualify all over again.
At Nutter, we offer a VA Streamline Refinance with NO Closing Costs. This means that Veterans can take advantage of lower VA interest rates and with our quick and easy loan process, refinance with ease.
Since 1951, we’ve helped people save hundreds, or even thousands of dollars a month, when they purchase or refinance their mortgage with Nutter.