(Hampton, VA) NACA will kick off the largest homeownership event in Virginia history at its “Achieve the Dream” one-stop mortgage event at the Hampton Roads Convention Center.
Hampton Mayor Donnie Tuck and Virginia First District Congressional Candidate Vangie Williams will be joined by NACA, Bank of America executives and other community leaders to highlight the extraordinary homeownership opportunities provided during this five-day event. Thousands of homebuyers will attend with the opportunity to access NACA’s Best in America Mortgage.
“The NACA Mortgage, without the need for a down payment or closing costs, eliminates the significant savings requirement that locks out many homebuyers in today’s market”, stated Bruce Marks, NACA’s CEO and founder. Previous Achieve the Dream events nationwide have seen tens of thousands of homebuyers in attendance.
NACA is the only organization providing a streamlined, one-stop mortgage operation to eliminate the barriers to homeownership for low to moderate income and minority buyers. The program directly confronts the affordable housing crisis with a truly affordable mortgage that requires no down payment, no closing costs, no PMI, at a below market fixed rate that can be bought down to nearly zero and no need for perfect credit. NACA provides unprecedented homeownership opportunities for thousands of low and moderate-income homebuyers.
The NACA mortgage program features no down payment, no closing costs, no PMI, does not use your credit score and features a below market fixed rate that can be bought down to nearly zero. (3.5%/30-year and 2.875%/15-year as of 7/9) Everyone receives the same incredible terms, and NACA is the only program doing so, according to Forbes Magazine. $15 Billion dollars has been committed to the NACA program by major banks.
The Achieve the Dream event is one way to help address the affordable housing issue in Virginia, especially for working people. This event will open the floodgates to those blocked from the dream of affordable homeownership.
During the mortgage crisis, NACA’s “Save the Dream” events attracted tens of thousands of homeowners where NACA was able to modify over 250,000 unaffordable mortgages. Now NACA’s Achieve the Dream event in Hampton will also host thousands of primarily low and moderate-income people who are homebuyers participating in NACA’s purchase program. Ten years after the beginning of the mortgage crisis, NACA is the one bright light in mortgage lending for low to moderate-income and minority borrowers. www.naca.com. #AchieveTheDreamNACA.