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Volume 9 - Number 24

November 4, 2016

VA Seeks to Lower Borrowers’ Mortgage Life Insurance Coverage

The Department of Veterans Affairs has proposed to allow eligible veterans to purchase less than the minimum amount of mortgage life insurance coverage required for their VA loan to help them reduce out-of-pocket costs. The proposed rule is aimed at helping VA borrowers lower their premiums and amend current VA regulations to reflect an increase in the statutory maximum amount of coverage available under the Veterans Mortgage Life Insurance (VMLI) program. The VA established...

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