Some people don’t know that you can’t refinance your VA loan without waiting 210 days after your last loan. Some people do know this guideline. However, there are some specifics that people are not aware of.
One very important nuance is that you have to wait 210 days from the date that the first payment was due on the prior loan. The 210 day waiting period doesn’t start from the date of your prior closing date.
Below is an example:
A VA loan closed in January, and had a first payment due date of March 1st, a check is written March 8th, and that check clears March 12th.
Can they refi 210 days from January 1st, March 1st, March 8th, or March 12th, in order to meet the VA seasoning requirements?
The answer is they can refinance 210 days from March 1st, and they also have to have made 6 payments to close a new VA refinance.
Mortgage guidelines have the ability to change at any time, so always talk to a well-reviewed mortgage loan officer to make sure you understand the current guidelines and how they might apply to you.