Hi Tyson, the VA has a list of "non-allowable" items, charges that are not to be paid by the buyer. However, that does not necessarily mean that the seller has to cover these. Many times, the non-allowable charges are covered by all or a portion of the seller subsidy that was negotiated - the same seller subsidy that you likely negotiate with a conventional or FHA buyer. Some may be covered by the 1% flat fee the lender is allowed to charge and others may be waived.
If you are in an area where a certain percentage of closing help is customary (which PG county generally is but one must look at the specific subdivision), you may not necessarily see a difference in the amount of subsidy you pay a buyer with a conventional loan vs. a VA buyer.
The termite inspection fee always comes up because it is not a charge that the lender will cover or waive and since it is not allowed to be paid by the buyer, it is a cost the seller has to carry. In comparison the termite inspection is a small fee.
Hope this helps! Best wishes.