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If I had a VA loan forclosed, would I be able to us the VA again?

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I believe it is after 4 years and there cannot be a balance left over by the banks. Best bet is to call the VA directly and give them your foreclosure information and ask them if you are clear to purchase another VA home or when you would be.
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