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Specificities of the NDA

We have recently had instances of VVA Pros screenshotting “atta boy” posts from our group and posting them on their personal pages as a promotion.

We see that as a direct infringement to the Mutual NDA signed when all enter the group. Citing from the Mutual NDA –

“1. The Disclosing Party shall identify Confidential Information as proprietary and confidential

Specificities of the NDA2021-10-20T14:15:18-07:00

Use of Vetted VA Logo and Name

As a Vetted VA™ Professional, you are permitted to use the trademarked Vetted VA emblem, rank insignia, name, and other marks that we designate to distinguish your membership and service.

Only during times of active enlistment does this permission exist.  At such a time as you leave the Vetted VA Membership, you are to stop all use and remove all logo/insignia from your personal or professional profiles and websites.

Proper use of the Vetted VA logo would include the following: Logo, Stacked,

Use of Vetted VA Logo and Name2021-10-22T09:50:31-07:00

Membership Tracking

For Contact info, VTB Completion, and Test Completion dates, please check here:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1P4a-t2UC-PJjIL6Vj3BWEW0Ags1DIV-vQnMr4xTpIj4/edit#gid=0

Membership Tracking2021-08-27T06:41:09-07:00

Leads & Referrals

Vetted VA does not condone, approve of, or encourage the use of the terms “Lead(s)” or “Referrals”.   In this post, the term “Member” will refer to any Veteran/AD/Spouse with which you are approached.

However, we fully understand that these terms Referral and Lead are customary and normal in any and all industries.  To that end, the following is the expectation and outline of how to serve and what to communicate to other professionals when serving the great Vetted VA community.

  1. Any
Leads & Referrals2021-08-26T14:29:53-07:00

Who is Vetted?

We attempt to keep all records up to date regularly.  But Facebook is NOT always the best at showing who is in Vetted VA currently and we can’t tag people directly as “moderator in training.”  To that end, we utilize a very robust spreadsheet to track all of this.

If you see a professional tagged in a post, please review the following Google Sheet to see if they are currently enrolled as a member of Vetted VA.  This will help slow

Who is Vetted?2021-08-26T14:04:36-07:00

Terms of Use/Terms of Service/Membership

Vetted VA Professional Membership Agreement and Expectations

By joining Vetted VA as a Professional you agree to the following Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

Last updated: August 26, 2021

THIS SITE AND RELATED SERVICES ARE PROVIDED SUBJECT TO YOUR COMPLIANCE WITH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS SET FORTH BELOW (THESE “TERMS”), AS WELL AS OUR PRIVACY POLICY, WHICH IS HEREBY INCORPORATED INTO AND MADE PART OF THESE TERMS. PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAREFULLY. YOUR APPLICATION AND PAID

Terms of Use/Terms of Service/Membership2021-08-26T13:31:55-07:00

Tagging/Naming Professionals

The guidelines for allowing/disallowing tagged and named professionals in the VVA FB Group is not a science, but there are baseline rules.  If there is a question after abiding to these rules first then the squad leader will have the final say.

A Vetted VA Professional can be tagged by name only (not company).

Service Sources not in Vetted VA cannot be named. These usually are Realtors or Lenders by name or company name.  We do not provide a non-vetted source and

Tagging/Naming Professionals2021-08-25T17:18:35-07:00

VA Guidelines – Manual Underwriting

Second Chance

If your lender is unable to get an automated underwriting approval, or if you’ve been turned down with no explanation, it’s possible that it’s your lender, and not you, who is not qualified.

VA manual underwriting guidelines are designed to give an Underwriter guidance and the guidelines for manually underwriting, and approving a loan application.

There are many lenders that simply do not manually underwrite VA loans. When choosing a lender, this is something that you want to research

VA Guidelines – Manual Underwriting2021-05-05T16:39:50-07:00

Refinance After Forbearance Guidelines Released

Refinance or Purchase After Forbearance

May 19th, 2020 – Fannie Mae released an important update to its guidance on the Impact of COVID-19 on Originations:  Temporary eligibility requirements for purchase and refinance transactions.

This was much-anticipated guidance as the prospect of being locked out of traditional financing options for 12 months following a forbearance due to COVID-19 is creating a lot of pressure for lenders as homeowners start to plan ahead and taking advantage of

Refinance After Forbearance Guidelines Released2021-01-19T09:36:27-08:00

Mortgage Forbearance is NOT Forgiveness – Read This First!

Mortgage Forbearance Fears

As part of the CARES Act (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act) recently signed into law by the President, forbearance has made the news in a big way.  The CARES Act provides for some additional forbearance protections for homeowners that do not normally exist outside of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Under the CARES act, the servicer of any Federally backed mortgage is encouraged to waive all late fees, penalties and interest, and

Mortgage Forbearance is NOT Forgiveness – Read This First!2020-08-07T17:59:45-07:00

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