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    The help was above and beyond what I could ever wish for, they made the experience of buying a house fun and a walk in the park! Very professional in knowing what they were doing and how to work any bumps in the road out! Hassle free! I'm really [...]

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    Licensing Information

    Mortgage companies are regulated and licensed.  You can verify a Loan Officer or Mortgage company at: http://www.nmlsconsumeraccess.org Cambria Mortgage 33 Wentworth Ave E - Suite 290 West St Paul, MN 55118 (651) 552-3681 Branch NMLS 1888858 [...]

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    Secure Document Upload

    Click the links below. You will be taken to a secure site to upload your supporting documents securely (pay stubs, W2's, bank statements, etc) directly into your secure system. If you do not have a log in yet, contact your loan officer.Use this if [...]

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    PAPERWORK NEEDED FOR A VA MORTGAGE APPLICATION When applying for a VA loan, just like any other mortgage loan will require you to fill out a loan application, then back up the application information basic supporting documentation. All VA loan [...]

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    Why Pick a VA Loan

    It is simple... Lower rates, zero down payment, and no mortgage insurance! If you are active military, or former military, the VA mortgage loans are one of the best benefits given to you for your service. The VA mortgage loans extend to not only the [...]

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    VA STREAMLINE REFINANCE, also known as a VA IRRRL(Interest Rate Reduction Refinance Loan). Do you have an existing VA home loan on a property in Minnesota, Wisconsin, or South Dakota? Then the VA Interest Rate Reduction Refinance Loan (IRRRL loan), [...]

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    Cashing out refers to the refinancing of a loan where the borrowers will take out additional money against their home. For example, if a home is appraised at $100,000 and the borrower's outstanding mortgage loan is $60,000, it is possible to enter [...]

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    VA Refinance

    Refinancing your existing VA Loan is most often used to lower your current interest rate. If VA interest rates have dropped since you last financed your home, you may want to consider refinancing. Other common reasons to refinance include paying off [...]

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    When buying a home,  there are generally two out of pocket costs, the down payment, and then loan closing costs. VA loans have no down payment requirement, but VA loans, just like all other home loans still have closing costs. There are many [...]

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