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NACA In-House Realtors® are committed to representing the interest of NACA Members above all others.

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NACA in-house realtors®

We'll educate, guide and advocate for you throughout the home buying process

NACA In-House Realtors® (“IHR”) work with NACA Members throughout the NACA Qualification, Housing Search and Mortgage Process. IHRs provide an exceptional home-buying experience with a commitment to represent the interest of each Member.

Our IHRs work with the NACA team to assist NACA Qualified Members in identifying a property and negotiating the best terms for the Member in keeping them within their affordable payment. The combination of the IHR and NACA Counselors provides strong support for Members in their home-buying process.

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Members served

8,500

Homes closed

85+

NACA In-House Realtors®

How it works

Get started with an In-House Realtor®

For the smoothest and most effective purchase process, work with a NACA In-House Realtor® if you are not already committed to another realtor. The IHR is experienced with NACA transactions and will obtain the maximum benefits of the NACA Purchase program including expediating the process.

Complete the Realtor Sign-Up link to work with a NACA In-House Realtor® (“IHR”). You can select an IHR of your choice serving the location you are looking to purchase or assigned to the next available IHA.

NACA requires you to execute NACA’s Buyer Representation Agreement (“BRA”). This is an agreement between you and NACA’s IHR to work and communicate effectively in your housing search.

Your IHR will show you homes within your affordable payment and negotiate the best terms possible and represent your best interest above all others.

Your IHR will assist you in negotiating the best terms utilizing NACA’s Best in America Mortgage for the purchase of your home. The Purchase & Sales Agreement is a binding contract that must address your affordability, property condition and realistic timetable.

Your IHR will assist you throughout the mortgage process including addressing any lender conditions. They will be with you at the closing in the NACA office to ensure that any remaining issues are addressed to your satisfaction.

Helpful Resources

Helpful resources and webinars

Get started on your path to finding a home with our helpful tools and videos

Tools and resources

Mortgage calculator

See what you can afford and estimate your monthly payment

Area eligibility tool

Determine your member priority status with our MSA tool

Median Income Identifier

Search an address to find median income within the area

Loan Limit Search

Learn more about mortgage limits in your area

Agent Participation Manual

The Agent Participation Manual is the Real Estate Agent resource guide that details the housing search and mortgage process.

Webinars and videos

Video Tutorial:
 Mortgage & Buy Down

Watch an online tutorial on our Mortgage product and buy down with Robert Torres

Video Tutorial: Mortgage Calculator

Watch an online tutorial on our Mortgage product and buy down with Robert Torres

Workshop Webinar: Real Estate Q&A

Ask an Expert about home search, NACA mortgage terms, purchase area eligibility, and more.

Video Tutorial: Priority and Non-priority

Watch an online tutorial on Area eligibility status Priority, Non-Priority Members and how to identify Priority Areas.

Our People

Meet our In-House Realtors

We’re committed to putting NACA Members first throughout the homebuying process.

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Avril Liburd

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Chris Mallard

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Magally Bonilla

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Kenneth Clarke

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Cassandra Hardimon

Testimonios

Realtor success stories

My In House Realtor was above Excellent! I strongly believe that I would not be closing for my new home had it not been for all of the “going above and beyond” efforts of this awesome man. He show that he is very passionate about helping his clients find their homes!!! Kudos to my In-House Realtor
Ernest R and Myra L Johnson
Preguntas frecuentes

Frequently asked questions

The NACA BRA states that there are no additional costs to the Member and sets the terms and conditions for both parties. It is important for effective work and communication during the housing search. The BRA also allows you to terminate the relationship with your agent at anytime for any reason. You should not be required to work with any real estate agent you are not comfortable with.

NACA requires all its In-House Realtors and Referral Agents to have a BRA with the Member prior to beginning the housing search. In addition, NACA strongly recommends that Members working with outside agents have a BRA.

  • The outside agent is strongly recommended to register and attend NACA’s New Agent Training Webinar “RED Introduction to NACA” under Live Webinars to learn about the NACA Purchase Program.
  • For Members working with an outside agent, the Member would be referred back to the outside agent upon NACA Qualification if the Member was not an existing Member prior to attending a NACA Homebuyer’s Workshop.
  • The outside agent must upload a Buyer Representation Agreement with Member in the NACA Real Estate Portal prior to the Member attending the NACA Homebuyer’s Workshop. The outside agent must first register in the online NACA Real Estate Agent Portal prior to uploading a BRA.

No, NACA works with thousands of real estate agents nationwide. NACA has established an extremely effective program to return home buyers to the real estate agents who refer them to NACA. NACA wants to ensure that your client has the time to become NACA Qualified (i.e., mortgage ready) and then would be in the best position to work with you. Once your client is NACA Qualified they will attend a NACA Purchase Workshop. For Members working with an outside agent, the Member would be referred back to the outside agent upon NACA Qualification if the Member was not an existing Member prior to attending a NACA Homebuyer’s Workshop. The outside agent must upload a Buyer Representation Agreement with Member in the NACA Real Estate Portal prior to the Member attending the NACA Homebuyer’s Workshop. They will then be referred back to you and ready for the housing search knowing what they can afford and the next steps in the home buying process. NACA does not charge the agent a fee and does not reduce their real estate commission.

No. NACA’s services are free. NACA prohibits Real Estate Agents from charging fees in addition to the commission earned from sales transactions. A contract will not be accepted if the following applies:

  • Broker Fees passed on to the Member
  • Tarifas de transacción
  • Tarifas de retención
  • Tarifas de procesos sin fines de lucro
  • Additional commission charged above the amount the seller is paying stated in the MLS
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Get started today on your home search with the help of a NACA In-House Realtor. We’ll work with you and NACA to get you in the right home.

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