Veterans can benefit from a number of housing assistances including construction of new homes, renovation of houses, rent payment and assistance in finding a new home. These housing services are offered to veterans who may be having financial difficulties or those who are unable to make a living due to certain conditions such as blindness, as stated by Veterans Affairs.
One housing assistance available to war veterans regards issuance of grants. If a veteran is blind, paralyzed or maimed, he or she can apply for assistance. Grants will be made available in order to initiate a process of land acquisition and building.
Veterans who are unable to pay their monthly rent may also be given assistance in the form of monthly payments. This assistance is provided to veterans that fall under given categories. On the same note, there are certain services that provide help for war veterans who are about to lose their homes due to lack of payment on mortgages or other bills.
Some programs are available for renovation of old homes as well. These especially focus on changing the home in such a way that it can easily house a person with disability. If for example the war veteran is no longer able to use his or her legs, the assistance will focus on remodeling the house to be able to accommodate the use of a wheelchair.