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
Members who have completed their bank application will be assigned a Closing Coordinator in NACA's Mortgage Department. While the NACA Counselor can still assist Members during the closing process, the Closing Coordinator is the Member’s single point of contact through closing.
The Closing Coordinator contacts Members within two business days of bank application with an introductory call to go through the next steps. Members must remain in contact with their Closing Coordinator and immediately respond to any outstanding issues. Members should also contact their Closing Coordinator whenever they have any questions or concerns. Lastly, Members can see the status of their loan at any time by accessing their Web-file.
NACA Members must attend the Purchase Workshop after they have been approved for NACA Qualification. The Purchase Workshop occurs from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. each Thursday in the local NACA office. Attending the Purchase Workshop is required for members to become NACA Qualified.
The purpose of the workshop is for NACA Qualified Members to learn about the housing search and the mortgage process. Members will also receive their qualification documents and learn about their next steps for purchasing a home and becoming a homeowner.
NACA understands and supports Members who want to schedule their closing to a specific date, which may require expediting the closing process. NACA Closing Coordinator works with Members on a closing date that works for them. The Closing Coordinator also assists Members in expediting the process wherever possible.
Members can access all the lender conditions and loan status through their Web-file. Members should make sure that their Closing Coordinator receives all the documents required to address any pending condition. The Closing Coordinator is the Member’s primary point of contact for the mortgage process; Members should reach out whenever they need assistance or have questions.
Today, NACA is closing many mortgages within 28 days of the executed Purchase & Sales contract., Achieving this goal of 28 days requires cooperation with Members. Members who stay diligent and work with NACA expeditiously throughout the process will see the results.
Members must adhere to do the following to ensure that everyone involved in the process is able to accomplish their tasks in a timely manner:
NACA is committed to working with Member’s to achieve this 28-day “clear-to-close” timeline and has dedicated staff at all steps to help Members get there.
It is crucial that NACA receives the executed Purchase & Sales on the day it is executed, or else the next day at the latest. It can be uploaded by the real estate agent through the realtor portal, uploaded by the Member through their Web-file, or brought to the office and provided to the NACA Counselor directly.
Once the Member has an executed Purchase & Sales contract, he/she needs to apply for credit called NACA Credit Access. The Credit Access process virtually ensures that all bank applications will be approved. The NACA Counselor must submit the Member’s file for Credit Access with full documentation and verification that the Member’s financials have not deteriorated (i.e. income not decrease, debts not increase, meets MRFs, payments on-time, rent on-time, etc.). The NACA underwriter performs a thorough review and provides the Member with any conditions that need to be addressed. Once NACA approved, the NACA Counselor and Member need to immediately submit the bank application.