2021 $0 down, VA home loan limit for Lea County is $548,250.
Lea County is located on the southeastern edge of New Mexico, allowing it some of the best views of the local landscape. No matter what your interests are, you are sure to find a way to have fun in the county, thanks to the many local attractions. Outdoors-lovers are sure to enjoy the many beautiful waterways, parks, forests, and more in the area! Visit all the interesting historical landmarks in the county to see early American architecture. Lea County was officially founded on March 17, 1917. The current population of the county is 68,759, including a veteran population of 3,268.
Have the time of your life by visiting all the fun attractions in and nearby Lea County. Learn about the history of the county at the Western Heritage Museum and Lea County Cowboy Hall of Fame, which features a multitude of amazing exhibits, including antique photographs, clothing, weapons, and more! The Western Heritage Museum and Lea County Cowboy Hall of Fame features rotating exhibits and educational programs. Heizer Park features a community swimming pool, perfect for cooling off on a warm day. Swimming lessons and summer events are held at the pool. The county is home to and nearby many excellent shopping, dining, and entertainment options.
Make sure to visit all the beautiful outdoor spots in Lea County, where you can enjoy in some of the best hiking and camping opportunities. The Harry McAdams Campground offers excellent views of the local landscape and features walking paths, picnic shelters, RV hookups, and more. Enjoy in all your favorite aquatic activities at Green Meadow Lake, which is a local favorite for fishing, swimming, boating, and more. Relax on the shores of Green Meadow Lake to enjoy in the beautiful New Mexico weather. Other beautiful outdoor spots in the county include McAdams Park, Ranger Lake, Jal Lake Park, and many more.
Take a step back in time at any of the amazing historical landmarks in Lea County. The beautiful Lea Theater has been standing in the county seat of Lovington since 1948 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 17, 2007. The Lea Theater currently houses many several amazing murals. Other interesting historic attractions in the county include the Pyburn House and the Mathew Elmore Sewalt House.
Many veteran resources can be found in and nearby Lea County. The median housing cost in the county is $111,400 and the median household income is $58,142.
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Post 3274 Blakey Post
609 W Alto Drive
Hobbs, NM 88240
Phone: (575) 393-4053
Meeting Location & Time
609 W Alto Drive
Hobbs, NM 88240
6:30 pm 3d Thursday
Quartermaster: Cathy Brock
Commander: Edwardo Rodriguez
Maximum VA Appraisal Fees Allowable in Lea County
Single Family: $600
Repair Inspection: $100
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