(KCEN) -- A military family from Georgia was welcomed to North Texas Friday morning with the keys to a new house.
All at no cost.
For his actions in Iraq, Army veteran Tobias Green received a purple heart.
Thanks to that service, on Friday, his family received their very first house.
"I actually opened the doors it was just like I almost had to pinch myself. I couldn't believe how nice it was," Tobias says.
The house was donated by the military warriors support organization and Bank of America, thanking the Greens.
Paul Lavoie of Military Warriors Support Organization says, "They come back from the war and they're damaged. They're damaged financially, emotionally and to come home into their neighborhoods, into their cities and have a home that's theirs, that's the safest place in the world to be."
U.S. Military Veteran Natasha Green says, "This is our first time in a house so I didn't realize that it was this big and so the kids are excited."
Seven-year old Lamaya is already making plans.
"I'm gonna fill it with stickers and I wanted it painted," she says.
And while Lamaya does her best interior designing, "My bed's going to go right here, next to the window." For mom and dad, it's all still sinking in.
"Cause our last house didn't have a pantry. I'm shocked about a pantry," says Natasha.
While Tobias says, "I ain't even looked at this yet."
Natasha adds, "I'm still just amazed, like, 'wow this is ours.' Our family is going to be raised here.' We're ready to make this our home. We can't wait."