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NACA Media Coordinator: Nardella Thomas
PRESS CONFERENCE FRIDAY, JULY 28 AT 11:00 A.M. AT JOHNSON RECREATION CENTER TO KICK-OFF THREE DAY HOMEBUYER EVENT
- Over 7,000 homebuyers registered with 10,000 expected to attend.
- Access NACA’s Best in America Mortgage; no down payment, closing costs, lowest fixed interest rate.
- Showcase High Quality Factory Built Modular Home Priced at about $120,000.
Conyers, GA July 21, 2023— Rockdale County Board of Commissioners, NACA Founder and CEO Bruce Marks, Vantem CEO Chris Anderson, and others will hold a joint press conference, to kick off NACA’s Achieve the Dream homebuyer event on Friday, July 28, at 11:00 a.m., at the Johnson Park Recreation Center, located at 1781 Ebenezer Road SW, Conyers, Georgia. The event will enable low- and moderate-income homebuyers to access NACA’s Best in America Mortgage: no down-payment, no closing costs, no fees, no mortgage insurance, at a below market fixed interest rate without consideration of one’s credit score.
The public is encouraged to attend this 3-day event any time between 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily. At this one-stop, Achieve the Dream event, the homebuyer attends a workshop and meets with a NACA HUD-certified counselor and an underwriter. Many homebuyers are qualified for NACA’s Best in America Mortgage or their next steps the same day. More than 10,000 individuals are pre-registered to attend this event. NACA is well positioned to meet this considerable participation, as it is the nation’s largest housing counseling agency with more than $20 billion committed to this outstanding mortgage product, with $15 billion from Bank of America.
The lack of affordable homes to purchase holds a huge number of Americans back from achieving the American dream of homeownership. NACA is providing a solution building an extremely affordable high-quality factory built modular homes which are extremely energy efficient. A model of a NACA Home shown below will be showcased at the event. NACA is partnering with Vantem, a modular housing builder, who simplifies construction and introduces energy efficiency into the home to make it more cost-effective and scalable (see video by clicking here). This three-bedroom, two-bath model is 1,400 square feet and costs about $120,000.
“We are excited that our partnership with NACA allows us to present a full-scale 1,400 square feet, three bedroom, two-bath model home onsite at Johnson Park as an example of modular homes offered by NACA Home for citizens and attendees to inspect throughout this event and we applaud NACA for its innovative and unwavering commitment to provide alternative housing solutions within our community.”rOCKDALE COUNTY BOARD CHAIRman OZ NESBITT, SR.
“The next three days will be nothing short of amazing as homebuyers obtain the full spectrum of tools for affordable homeownership, from household budgeting to NACA’s outstanding homeownership programs. NACA is committed to working with Commissioner Nesbitt and the other county commissioners to close the wealth disparity gap and stand on the side of residents who want to continue to call Rockdale County their home.”NACE CEO AND FOUNDER, BRUCE MARKS
NACA is the nation’s largest nonprofit HUD certified counseling organization. NACA operates in every state and has 47 offices nationwide.
Started in 1988, NACA is the largest HUD-approved nonprofit, community advocacy and homeownership organization in the United States with 47 offices nationwide. NACA is the national leader fighting for economic justice across the country serving low to moderate income families and underserved populations who have been disenfranchised in the past from the dream of homeownership. NACA has been the forefront in fighting predatory lending and has been the most effective organization in providing affordable solutions to over 250,000 homeowners during the mortgage crisis. NACA provides the best mortgage in the country nationwide. NACA’s founder and CEO Bruce Marks was named Bostonian of the Year for 2007 for his work getting the major lenders and servicers to modify home loans. He has also testified before Congress on numerous occasions including September 12, 2000, being one of the few to sound the alarm of the pending mortgage crisis. For more information, please visit www.naca.com.
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