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Certificate of Eligibility
January 19, 2023
A certificate of eligibility (COE) is a document provided by the Department of Veterans Affairs confirming the eligibility of a veteran to receive financial assistance when purchasing a home. A certificate of eligibility (COE) details the available VA loan entitlement and will enclose whether or not you are required to pay the VA funding fee.
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