NACA's Real Estate Department (RED) invites NEW AGENTS to the next 'Introduction to NACA' webinar. The live 2-hour presentation will offer insight and guidance on how to access America's Best Mortgage as a professional real estate agent in your market.
Get an overview of everything that goes into qualifying for the NACA mortgage, from document requirements, minimum required funds, pay history, compensating factors, and more. Also, understand how to use your action plan and address any roadblocks to NACA Qualification.
Receive essential information for the homebuying process. Topics include: housing search, identifying and working with a real estate agent, keeping your file updated, how to use the NACA mortgage calculator, common errors in the Purchase and Sales contract, requirements for Credit Access approval, submission of your bank application, and more.
For NACA Qualified Members. Join NACA's HOME AND NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT (HAND) department to learn more about NACA's property eligibility guidelines. HAND is responsible for qualifying preexisitng property types by assessing a property's condition to determine if it fits within a Members overall affordability.
Building strong, stable neighborhoods for working class and particularly minority people is core to NACA's mission.
As NACA's ranks continues to grow, NACA organizes its membership at the community level to address not only those broader issues affecting economic justice but also state and local issues that affect our Members and their neighborhoods. As part of this effort, NACA is spear-heading the formation of Neighborhood Action Committees ("NACs") where Members participate in their local community group to:
Participate in their neighborhood by volunteering their time and skills (as indicated by Members when they signed up with NACA)
Coordinate state and national campaigns involving ballot initiatives and legislation
Register their friends, family and neighbors to vote
Lead the way in addressing local and national issues that affect the community
NACA believes that applying for a mortgage or even purchasing a home is just the first step in the process to community formation and neighborhood stabilization. We ask all NACA Members to commit to participating in their community.
To learn more and participate, contact your local office and/or email NACA's advocacy department.