As of 2010, the Texas Veterans Land Board has been helping veterans purchase land, homes, home improvement or housing at discounted loan rates for more than 50 years. If you have been awarded a land loan, you can make a payment online or enroll in the automatic payment program, or APP, by visiting the Texas General Land Office's Veterans Land Board website.
Sign in to the Texas Government Land Office Veterans Land Board website by logging in as a current account holder. For a link to the sign-in page, see Resources.
Enter your user name and password if you have an active account with the Texas Veterans Land Board. Click "sign in to account" to be taken to an online payment prompt. If you have an active account but have not registered your account online, click "Register User ID/Password" and fill in your personal information to set up an account.
Sign up for the Texas Veterans Land Board automatic payment program if you want payments to be taken out of your account automatically in the future. For a printable PDF copy of the application, see Resources. To set up the monthly payment, you will need a voided check from an active checking account, or a deposit slip from a savings account. Once your application is processed, which will takes approximately 45 days, your payment will be automatically withdrawn from your account monthly on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th or 5th of the month, based on your selection on the application.
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