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If you’re impacted by a BRAC move, and eligible for a VA home loan, we’re standing by ready to help you in every way we can!
We have listed a few helpful BRAC-related websites below that you may also find useful. For a full list of DoD-registered sites, please click here.
If you’d like to speak to an experienced mortgage specialist about how to handle a BRAC move, feel free to give us a call at 800-211-4940. If you’d prefer to contact us online, you can click here to use our online contact form.
What Is BRAC?
“BRAC” is an acronym that stands for Base Realignment and Closure. It is the congressionally authorized process the Department of Defense has previously used to reorganize its base structure to more efficiently and effectively support our forces, increase operational readiness, and facilitate new ways of doing business.
The original legislation actually states that the title of the process is Base Closure and Realignment, but BRAC was found to be a more ideal acronym, so it stuck.
What Does BRAC Mean to You?
At VAMortgage.com, we’re seeing a lot of BRAC activity on the East Coast in areas that include:
- Fort Meade
- Fort Detrick
- Andrews Air Force Base (AFB)
- Chevy Chase
- Fort Lewis
- Walter Reed Army Medical Center
- Bolling AFB
- Fort Belvoir
- Fort Lee
- Langley AFB
- Fort Benning
- Fort Dix
- Fort Jackson
- Fort Bragg
Need to Find a Realtor?
If you need assistance finding a realtor to help with your BRAC move, please contact us at 800-211-4940.
Depending upon your branch of the military and where you are stationed, you may find additional information about BRAC at:
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