Power of Attorney and VA Loans
Active duty military members do not have to miss out on a VA home loan just because they are deployed. A Power of Attorney allows them to purchase a home or refinance their existing home if they are not present during the process
Using a Power of Attorney
Power of Attorney means that you’ve given legal authority to a trusted individual who can sign legally binding documents on your behalf.
For a VA loan, the lender is required to verify the veteran or service person is still living and not missing in action.
If Power of Attorney is necessary for your VA loan, please talk to your loan specialist about it. They will be happy to help guide you through this process.