Bill is absolutely correct. Your first step is to contact a local, reputable lender. The loan officer will assist you with comparing different loan options as well as determining your price range.
There are funding fees associated with using a VA loan (the fee increases after your first use). The positives of a VA loan is that you can get 100% financing without being charged monthly Mortgage Insurance fees. Conventional loans typically do not have a funding fee, but require a down payment, and monthly mortgage insurance if you put down less than 20%. A good loan officer will compare the positives and negatives of VA, Conventional and FHA loans with your home-ownership goals to help you decide what is best for your current situation.
I also have a VA loan, but when doing the research and looking at amortization schedules, we figured out that if we live in the house more than 5 years, VA was the way for us to go. But, if we planned to live in our house less than 5 years, then Conventional was a better option for us.
If you would like a list of local lenders, send me an email I can forward a list of 6 lenders that I have previously worked with.