Home at Last Access and MCC as a bundle?

ADDED ON December 24, 2014 0 COMMENTS

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INTERESTED IN GETTING $2000 BACK WITH AN INCOME TAX CREDIT FOR THE PURCHASE OF YOUR HOME EVERY YEAR?

The Home At Last Access and Home At Last Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) programs managed by Nevada Rural Housing Authority are the key to maximize your savings and benefits when buying your home. Said programs can be used independently or now can be a bundle to help homeowners to achieve The American Dream.

 What does Home at Last Access provides?

Home at Last Access provides both down payment assistance in the form of a grant and a competitive mortgage rate. All cities in Nevada qualify except Henderson, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Paradise, Reno, Spring Valley, and Sunrise Manor. This program offers free cash down payment grant equal to 4% of loan amount, competitive 30-year fixed mortgage rate, instant home equity, and no asset limitations for homebuyers.  The grant is also non-repayable and it also has a fixed interest rate for a 30-year loan.

 What does Home at Last MCC provides?

The Home at Last MCC provides the opportunity of receiving a dollar-for-dollar federal income tax credit equal to 40% of the interest paid on your home mortgage loan. The program provides tax credit for homebuyers every year they live in the home for the life of the loan. It offers federal income tax credit equal to 40% of the interest paid on the mortgage. The annual refund is estimated at $2,000 a year per household. The savings continue each year based on actual interest paid on the home. It’s very important to note that there are no asset limitations for homebuyers.

 

For requirements, restrictions and further information about these programs, please contact our professional team of Real Estate advisors @ 702-858-8070 or homesinvegasnow@gmail.com . We’ll connect you with certified lenders who will expedite the process and help you to become a homeowner in Las Vegas.

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