KANSAS – Homeowners Association denies Topeka Veteran a home

KSNT.COM:  Homeowners Association denies Topeka Veteran a home
By Tyler Carter
March 22, 2016

TOPEKA (KSNT) – A Topeka veteran is left without a home after a local homeowners association denied his VA loan after originally giving him approval.

Stan Simmons decide to put his home on the market 2 months ago.

Looking to help ease the expense of purchasing a home, Simmons applied for a Veterans Affairs loan.

When it was approved Simmons thought moving into the Pheasant Run community would give him a fresh start. But it has now turned into a nightmare.

“Then we went to get the financing arranged and found out that the Homeowners Association in Pheasant Hills does not accept VA loans,” said Stan Simmons.

Simmons was told by his realtor Monday that the Homeowners Association does not accept any type of government loan.

“The original MLS sheet we ran off they listed VA, FHA, conventional and cash,” Simmons said.

But looking at a copy of the multiple listing service today VA and FHA loan options were no longer there. Read more:

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