COUNCILMAN BULLOCK AND OTHER DIGNITARIES VISIT – SEVEN TO TEN THOUSAND ANTICIPATED DURING THE EVENT
(BALTIMORE – August 8, 2019) – More than 2,000 future homeowners attended the first day of NACA’s Achieve the Dream event on Thursday at the Radisson Hotel Baltimore Inner Harbor, with many taking a major step forward toward reaching the American Dream of homeownership as they got approved for NACA’s Best in America mortgage.
The NACA program is helping primarily low and moderate income homebuyers obtain a truly affordable mortgage with no down payment, no closing costs, no PMI, a below-market fixed rate and credit scores are not considered.
Baltimore 9e District City Councilman John Bullock, who visited the event Thursday afternoon, told the roughly 1,000 people already on hand, “I had no idea that this kind of work was being done to this degree”.
Seven-to-ten thousand people are anticipated to attend over the duration of the five day event, which continues through Monday, August 12e , with doors open 8:00 am to 8:00 pm.
NACA Counselor Oscar Montoya studies the financial picture of future homebuyers as part of the counseling process conducted at the Achieve the Dream event.
NACA staff and volunteers greet people arriving at the Achieve the Dream event and guide them to the correct area for whatever stage of the NACA process they may be.
More than 1,000 had already arrived by early afternoon, packing the ballroom at the Radisson Hotel Baltimore Inner Harbor to overflowing.
Baltimore 9e District City Councilman John Bullock stands with NACA CEO and Founder Bruce Marks and other dignitaries at a kickoff celebration early Thursday afternoon at the Achieve the Dream event.
NACA staff, volunteers and more than 2,000 future homeowners kept the ballroom at Radisson Hotel Baltimore Inner Harbor packed throughout the day.