Saturday, September 3, 2016

FREE Grant Money To Buy A Home....ACT Now LIMITED Funds

The National Association of Realtors reported that the 

"most difficult step in the home buying process was saving for a down payment

as cited in their 2015 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers*

THERE IS A SOLUTIONNational HomeBuyer's Fund Down Payment Assistance (DPA) programs which provide DPA in the form of a 

  • Down payment and/or closing cost assistance grant, up to 5% of the loan amount.
  • Down Payment Grant (DPA) grant never has to be repaid.
  • Affordable interest rates and variety of grant levels.
  • FHA, VA, USDA and Conventional mortgage loan options.
  • NOT limited to first-time homebuyers.(no investors please...sorry)
This program was taken off the market a few years ago it's returned, but the funding is limited.
****you have to move quick***

Unlike the Georgia Dream Program (we all love) you don't have to be a... 1st time home buyer to qualify for this grant.

  • No Double closings

A DPA grant decreases homebuyer costs, avoids burdening the homebuyer with additional debt and eliminates property liens associated with secondary financing options.

This also creates a long-term positive domino effect because the housing market is infused with borrowers holding more equity for a future move-up purchase if they desire, in turn freeing up another potential entry-level property.
  • Grant reduces debt and creates positive home equity.
  • Grant creates a positive impact on housing economy.

  Non-repayable grant up to 5% of the mortgage loan.
  • Generous FICO/DTI requirements.
  • Low-to-moderate income limits (qualifying income only).
  • FHA, VA, and USDA loan types.
  • Available in multiple states.
  •   30-year fixed term with full amortization

Ok, There are income limits for this program, and varies county by county....                               

Cobb           Fulton       Dekalb
$77,625       $77,625     $77,625     Updated 4/12/2016


You Must: 

Occupy the residence as their primary residence; non-occupant co-borrowers are not allowed.

If You Want To Know More About This Program Please Complete The Form Below!!!

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