Using a VA Loans for Farms to Buy a Farm

VA Loans for Farms wants to help if you’re a veteran who is looking to buy or refinance a home in a rural area where you can raise livestock or grow your own produce. If the sound of this program is something that interests you, then seeking more information and counseling from the Farm Loan Center is a good next step. We are experts in rural loans for individuals with a specialty in helping veterans secure loans through the Veterans Administration (VA) and we’re here to help you understand the process of applying for VA loans for farms. 
At the Farm Loan Center, we know that after seeing the world while serving in the military, a little more than ¼ of all veterans choose to come back to the states and settle down in rural areas. If you fall into this 28% of the veteran population, then the notion of starting a farm so that you and your family can live off the fruits of your own labor is likely something that appeals to you. Fortunately, as the name implies, VA loans for farms will guarantee or insure financing to purchase a primary home for you and your family. The land you purchase using VA loans for farms can be used for small farming and raising limited farm animals and there is no limit on acreage as long as the size of the property is typical of the area it is in.


A loans for farms does not include financing for land intended to start a working commercial farm or to construct a home on, but if you’re looking to reduce food costs for you and your family or even supplement your income by selling some crops or animal products at the local farmer’s market, then VA loans for farms can help you finance your dream in any rural area.  VA only insures primary dwellings, so there must be home already constructed to qualify.


No matter what region of the United States you’re looking to lay down your roots in after your service ends, the Farm Loan Center can help you. Whether you want to be within driving distance from the ocean on the West coast in California, the East coast in North Carolina or Florida, take advantage of the bread basket climate and soil in Kansas or Nebraska, grow your own corn in Iowa, or plant yourself in Texas for easy access to their longhorn cattle, you won’t find any shortage of options when turning to the Farm Loan Center for guidance navigating VA loans for farms.

We at the Farm Loan Center want to help you find the loan for the home that’s right for you and your family. Contact us at (800) 644-9039 to begin planning with our team or apply now online.

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