Lender Offers Free Consultation on VA Loan Rates in Seattle Washington

Washington State Lender offers free VA Home Loan consultations for Veterans and their families.


Seattle, WA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/05/2015 --VA mortgage rates remain at historic low levels; but with slight pressure to increase based on uncertainty of when the Fed will take action to raise rates.

Darren Clark, Founder of says:

"One simple uncertainty in the direction of interest rates can have a negative impact on long-term rates. Our advice is to look for an opportunity to lock in a long term fixed rate in the near future."

Without a doubt, VA Home Loans are usually the best value of any mortgage that is available.

Qualifying For A VA Loan in Washington State:

Typically, to qualify for a VA loan, Veterans must meet the criteria below:

Must have served with a branch of the United States Military for 90 days (consecutive) of war time or 180 days of peacetime duty.

Alternatively, veterans who have served as a Reservist or National Guard for more than 6 years can qualify.

Lastly, spouses of a deceased service member who passed during their line of duty or spouses of a service member who were disabled in the line of duty can qualify.

For people that do qualify for VA Loans in Washington State, it's very important to choose a lender who is reputable, and has lots of experience with VA Loans.

Darren Clark and the folks at have over 20 years of experience and are focused on helping veterans get approved and into the home of their dreams as quickly as possible. They have helped many Seattle area veterans (and their families) get the best possible loan for their situation.

For a limited time, is offering a 100% free VA Loan Consultation to anyone in the state of Washington. Their motto is: "call today, get approved tomorrow!" so anyone in the Pacific Northwest considering a VA Home Loan should take advantage of this and call today toll free at: 844-820-3696 for your free VA loan consultation and to get the latest VA Loan Rates in Seattle and the entire state of Washington.