The Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB) has added six 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.
Experience shows that Texas veterans are a safe bet when it comes to loans. Less than 1% of Veterans Land Board customers forfeit on their properties, and the VLB makes every effort to help veterans keep their land. In cases where this is not possible, the VLB conducts quarterly Type I Forfeited Land Sales. During these […]
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.
The Texas Veterans Land Board (VLB) hosts free “come and go” veterans benefits fairs to showcase resources available to Texas veterans.
In 2013, Texas veterans borrowed more than $18 million from the Veterans Land Board to buy land and homes in Travis County,
Veterans seeking land are in luck. VLB’s quarterly Type I Forfeited Land Sale is now open.