With all the press about Texas real estate and the Texas economy recently, you probably already know that Texas offers the best opportunities for buying land, building custom homes, and living in masterplanned communities. But what many people are not aware of are the land buying opportunities for veterans. Veterans can buy land in Texas for just 5% down.
A special loan from the Texas Veterans Land Board (TVLB) means that veterans can buy land at SouthStar Communities masterplans in Texas like Vintage Oaks in New Braunfels, Lake Ridge between Dallas and Fort Worth, and King Oaks in College Station even more affordably.
The TVLB loan is a one-of-a-kind program only available in Texas. And the 5% down payment is the lowest down payment available in the state.
The Texas Veterans Land Loan Program Includes:
- Land purchase of at least one acre
- Maximum land value up to $100,000
- Minimum 5% down payment
- 30-year, fixed-rate loans
- Available to “bona fide” residents of Texas who have served in any of our Country’s five military branches (Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines, National Guard)
- Special Discounts For Disabled Veterans and Unmarried Surviving Spouses
Vintage Oaks, Lake Ridge, and King Oaks offer properties ideal for Texas veterans, with gorgeous scenery, large acreage, beautiful views, and an array of amenities. Texas veterans who already make their home in these communities appreciate the scenery, amenities, convenience to area work centers, and the commitment to veterans continually shown by SouthStar Communities. Each of these SouthStar Communities embraces its military land owners and residents and each is soon to be home to a wounded warrior as a recipient of a homesite and mortgage-free home in partnership with Operation FINALLY Home (OFH).
SouthStar Communities and OFH have now partnered on 10 mortgage-free homes for American heroes, including two others that are currently being built at the SouthStar Communities of Lake Ridge between Dallas and Fort Worth and King Oaks in Bryan-College Station.
For more information about the TVLB program, visit Vintage Oaks.