(Dallas, TX) NACA, the nation’s largest HUD-certified non-profit organization is bringing the Nation’s Largest Homeownership Event to Dallas to help low and moderate-income families become homeowners.
WHAT: State Senator and US Senate Candidate Royce West to Visit and Speak at NACA’s Achieve the Dream Event
WHEN: Saturday, February 22, 2020 at 1:30 pm.
WHERE: Food and Fibre Pavilion at Fair Park
1233 S Washington St.
Dallas, TX 75210
WHO: In attendance will be NACA CEO Bruce Marks, dozens of homeowners from the Dallas – Fort Worth area who bought through the NACA program, and hundreds of future homeowners accessing NACA’s Best in America mortgage program.
WHY: Sen. West will visit to take a first-hand look at the unbelievable work being done at the achieve the Dream event and express his support for NACA’s work to make affordable homeownership a reality for everyone.
The Achieve the Dream event is one way to help address the affordable housing issue in Texas, especially for working people. This event opens the floodgates to those blocked from the dream of affordable homeownership. More than two thousand people have attended during the first two days of the event, and two to three thousand are expected today.
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 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. (3.25%/30-year and 2.625%/15-year as of 2/20/2020) 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.
This is the 30th of these events nationwide which have seen tens of thousands of buyers attend and many qualify for affordable home ownership in as little as one day. The Achieve the Dream events are a phenomenon that must be seen to be believed.