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.120 minutes
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.120 minutes
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.120 minutes
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.120 minutes
The NACA Home-Save program assists homeowners with an unaffordable mortgage. NACA has been the most successful organization in modifying unaffordable mortgages. Through the program, homeowners able to reduce the interest rate to as low as two percent and sometimes also reduce the outstanding principal to make the mortgage affordable. This has been possible through NACA's legally binding agreements with all the major lenders and investors.
NACA has modified over 250,000 mortgages. NACA is the most successful and effective organization in assisting homeowners modify their unaffordable mortgage to achieve an affordable mortgage payment.
NACA's “Save The Dream” events set the national standard in assisting homeowners. Since 2008, NACA held 140 five-day or more events nationwide. These were spectacular events with hundreds of NACA Counselors and servicers/lenders with each bringing teams of upwards of hundreds of staff. Tens of thousands of homeowners attended each event, and many were able to have their mortgage modified the same day.
NACA is still providing the same foreclosure prevention and modification assistance through its Home-Save Program. There is still considerable demand particularly since there are very few organizations providing such assistance. The funding for NeighborWorks Foreclosure Mitigation Counseling program and other government funding has been eliminated. HUD's funding is not sufficient to sustain the level of counseling required to meet the demands of struggling homeowners. Thus many servicers are referring their borrowers to the NACA Home-Save program as it has a proven track record of success over many years particularly during the mortgage crisis.
Homeowners work directly with a NACA Home-Save Advocate. To start the process, homeowners must provide the following documents:
With these documents, the Home-Save Advocate provides a comprehensive counseling session. This includes creating a budget with the homeowner to determine a mortgage payment that they can afford. The Home-Save Advocate next creates a hardship affidavit with the homeowner. This document, together with the above documents, budget and the mortgage payment the homeowner can afford, is submitted to the homeowner's servicer.
The servicer reviews the submission and works with the advocate and homeowner to provide an affordable payment. To achieve this affordable payment often requires modifying the mortgage with a lower interest rate and/or principal reduction.
Yes. The NACA Home-Save program is free to the homeowner. The homeowner becomes a NACA Member without the need to pay a membership fee and NACA pays the cost of the credit report.
Homeowners should call the Home Save Department at 801-401-6222 where they will be assigned a Home Save Advocate. This advocate will assist the Member with preparing for their initial counseling session. The first steps in the Home Save process are:
The amount of interest rate reduction is determined by each specific investor's guidelines. The investor owns the loan and provides the servicer with the investor guidelines or servicing agreement. That agreement informs the servicer (the homeowner’s mortgage company) what actions are allowed during modification or loss mitigation. During the Home Save process, NACA will submit a request to the homeowner’s servicer for review and will advocate on their behalf. The new affordable mortgage payments are based on each specific investor’s guidelines together with the homeowner’s financial documentation, budget and affordable mortgage payment determined through NACA counseling.
Homeowners who are behind on their mortgage (not purchased through NACA) should contact NACA's Home-Save department at 801-401-6222 to be assigned a Home-Save Advocate. The Home-Save Advocate work with homeowners to compile and submit a complete package to the servicer and work to achieve an affordable solution.