After June’s 2-year hike in VA mortgage fees, Congress is ready to do it again

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  • After June’s 2-year hike in VA mortgage fees, Congress is ready to do it again
    After June’s 2-year hike in VA mortgage fees, Congress is ready to do it again

    Most Americans would agree Congress seems to be gridlocked. But, there’s at least one exception to the impasse: Hiking fees for VA mortgages. Two months ago, Congress approved a two-year hike in funding fees for VA home loans to fund care for disabled veterans. Now, another bill is pending that would extend it by six years.

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