As a prospective land buyer it’s important to take note of which public utilities are available for the property you are considering for purchase. These utilities may include: water, electricity, telecommunications, natural gas, waste collection and sewage treatment.
The Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB) has added new Type II forfeited land tracts to the Forfeited Land Sales program. These pieces of land are available for purchase by both veterans and non-veterans.
Are you a Texas veteran considering the purchase of land in Texas? Whether you plan to build a house on your land or use it for recreational purposes, pay special attention to the mineral rights and whether or not they are included with the sale of the land.
As the new spokesman for the Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB), Texas born and bred actor Barry Corbin has a face most everyone will recognize, even if they may not know his name.
Join us this Saturday, March 22, for a free veterans benefits fair. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB) and Texas Veterans Commission (TVC) will be hosting the fair at the Austin VA Outpatient Clinic. This state-of-the-art facility is located in southeast Austin near the Austin Bergstrom International Airport and […]
Five estate acreage community developers that sold land financed by VLB land loans, four Texas land brokers representing veteran land buyers who used the VLB’s land loan program, and five loan officers affiliated with VLB participating home loan lenders have been recognized as members of the VLB’s “Lone Star Circle of Real Estate Professionals” for […]
The Texas Veterans Land Board has been financing the purchase of Texas land by veterans since 1949. When the program began, Texas veterans could borrow less than $10,000 and had up to 40 years to pay off their loans. Things have changed a lot since then, and you may not be aware of some of […]
The Texas Veterans Land Board has just added new forfeited tracts of land to the Type II category in the forfeited land sales program. These pieces of land are available for purchase by both veterans and non-veterans.
In 2013 the VLB board of directors approved a measure to offer financing to non-veterans for forfeited properties not sold in the “Type I” veterans-only sale.
Deadline Approaching This quarter’s online Type I Forfeited Land Sale (FLS) is scheduled to close on Tuesday, January 21, at 5:00 p.m. Our Type I sale features 25 properties across Texas available first to Texas military service members and veterans.