According to 2011 statistics, we are losing World War II veterans at the rate of approximately 900 per day. Of all of the wars in recent memory, it was World War II that truly threatened our very existence as a culturally diverse, free nation. With so many brave men and women from the greatest generation […]
In today’s rushed world, more often than not the human touch is neglected or unavailable. That’s why the Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB) places a priority on speaking directly to veterans and their families.
Although the value of real estate in Texas has remained relatively steady compared to many areas of the United States during the economic downturn, prospective homeowners may still question whether the time is right to invest.
In recognition of Purple Up! day April 15, the Texas VLB’s website home page will trade in its regular red, white and blue for purple, a color that symbolizes all branches of the military.
With its diverse landscape and growing economy, it’s no wonder why Texas is home to 1.7M veterans.
Last year, the Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB) increased its maximum home loan from $325,000 to $417,000 to match the maximum Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) guarantee entitlement.