Veterans Real Estate Guide

An Education in the Housing Market: A Real Estate Guide for Veterans


Warminster, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/26/2016 -- For millions who have served in the military, readjusting to civilian life takes time. It's a process that requires support and can be understandably made more difficult by living situations. In 1944, when the G.I. Bill was passed, the intention of this legislation was to benefit America's retired service members. Today, however, few know how to take full advantage of it.

A Real Estate Guide for Veterans, written by author and veteran Joseph W. Gaul, clearly describes the benefits of the G.I. Bill and includes step-by-step instructions on how to utilize those benefits. Written by a veteran, for veterans, the book aims to help those returning men and women get on the right path to homeownership. By providing home buying help for veterans, Gaul gives back to the two industries he has served, the military and real estate.

A Real Estate Guide for Veterans is a savvy buy, not just for veterans but for family members and friends of veterans as well. In addition to tips that retired service members can use, the guide is filled with the wisdom of several decades spent working in the real estate industry, including information about dollar homes, flipping houses, reverse mortgages and the appraisal process. A Real Estate Guide for Veterans can benefit virtually anyone interested in the housing market.

To learn more about the guide, Joseph W. Gaul's history of service in the military and real estate industry or home buying assistance for veterans in San Antonio, TX, interested parties are encouraged to visit the website at

About A Real Estate Guide For Veterans
Recently Revised in 2015, A Real Estate Guide For Veterans is a publication that specifically details the options that veterans are entitled to when buying their first home. Written by Joseph W. Gaul, the book features step-by-step instructions on how to purchase a home and even start a career in the real estate industry.