Absolutely. NACA has a great loan program and there are ways to leverage NACA financing through other programs to push down your monthly payment. But because many borrowers are trying to get a NACA loan, it can take a bit of time to get through the process, especially if you have bad credit and are going through credit repair. There are ways to make NACA financing work for just about any home in any location, including higher priced $300,000 homes and homes in bad condition that need a lot of repairs. There are requirements for borrowers to place a sign in their yard and participate in NACA activities and events after the loan is funded, so you should fully understand those post closing obligations.
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NACA is definitelty a legitiamte way to purchase a home. I have met a few people that have used their services to purchase a home. There are soem obligatons required of you post closing and depending on your credit situation it could take a little while for you to qualify fo rthe program.
But my experince has been that it is a worthwhile program....Though with other programs out there you may have better solutions...
If you want to give me a call I can go vower soem other options avaialble to you in regards to financing a house.
Give me a call if you would like to discuss further.
Helen Adams Realty