Did you know that as a Texas veteran you are eligible for special programs that make purchasing and owning land incredibly affordable? The Texas Veterans Land Board (TVLB) loan program is the only one of its kind in the country. It offers Texas veterans the exclusive opportunity to purchase land with the most competitive financing options available today. Even better, TVLB land financing only requires a 5% down payment, lower than any loan program in the state!
A land consultant can provide you with available properties eligible for TVLB financing and explain the program to you in more detail.
Contact a King Oaks expert today to learn more at 800-639-7470.
King Oaks offers residential acreage properties ideal for Texas veterans. This beautiful community features 1 to 3 acre wooded and secluded homesites just minutes from Bryan-College Station. King Oaks boasts an array of amenities including a new Amenity Center featuring a swimming pool as well as a pavilion with a full outdoor kitchen & plenty of picnic areas. The community also features a fully stocked fishing pond and a 60-acre nature preserve. The 2,770-acre Gibbons Creek Reservoir is few minutes away and offers numerous boating and fishing activities.
King Oaks is within a few minutes' drive of the brand new Scott and White Hospital, the Bryan/College Station VA Clinic, Veterans Park/Athletic Complex and Texas A&M.
Bryan – College Station, TX is ranked #4 for Best Places for Military Retirement. Read the full story on Military.com
SouthStar Communities, the developer of King Oaks, has partnered with non-profit Operation FINALLY HOME to help build mortgage-free, custom homes for wounded veterans and their families. To date, SouthStar has provided 10 homesites to the cause, with three wounded veterans receiving mortgage-free homes in King Oaks, Vintage Oaks and Lake Ridge.
Since 2005, Operation FINALLY HOME has partnered with developers, builders and donors to provide mortgage-free custom homes to wounded veterans and the widows of fallen soldiers. The program was founded by Bay Area homebuilder Dan Wallrath after he helped a friend’s son renovate his home to meet his new needs as a wounded veteran. In 2010, Wallrath was honored as one of CNN’s Top 10 Heroes of the Year and has since expanded the program to a national level. In December 2013, CNN aired a feature on Operation FINALLY HOME, profiling a couple of SouthStar Communities’ veteran residents.