This table shows rates for VA mortgages through U.S. Bank.
Term 30-year fixed - VA
This table shows rates for VA mortgages through U.S. Bank.
Term Rate APR
30-year fixed - VA

What is a VA home loan?

VA loans are home mortgages backed by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). With a VA loan, eligible service members and veterans can buy a home with little or no down payment, or refinance an existing home to get cash out or a lower monthly payment. U.S. Bank offers 15- and 30-year options. Check out today’s 30-year VA rates.

As an approved lender for the VA Home Loan Guarantee Program, U.S. Bank can offer service members, veterans, and eligible surviving spouses favorable terms on all types of home mortgage products. And if you don't meet the qualifications for a VA loan, FHA loans offer similar advantages, including lower down payment requirements. Contact a mortgage loan officer today for more information about VA home loans and current VA mortgage rates.

VA home loan benefits and considerations

Low or no down payment

A VA mortgage loan requires little or no money down at closing.

Lower monthly payments

Even with no down payment, VA loans do not require mortgage insurance. The VA guarantees a portion of your loan, thereby saving you this monthly expense.

Simplified approval process

VA loans were designed to offset common financial challenges faced by military families and veterans, and to simplify the approval process.

Military Banking Services

U.S. Bank has products especially for military service members, veterans and eligible surviving spouses. Learn more about Military Banking.

VA home loan eligibility requirements and qualifications

  • Military members – To be eligible for a VA loan, you must be an active-duty or former member of the armed forces with at least:
    • 90 days of consecutive service during wartime, or
    • 181 days of service during peacetime, or
    • 6 years of service in the National Guard or reserves.
  • Surviving spouses – Eligible spouses of service members who died in the line of duty or as the result of a service-related disability.
  • A Certificate of Eligibility from the VA will show if you meet these requirements. Your mortgage loan officer will work with you on obtaining the Certificate of Eligibility.