Home at Last™ Down Payment Workshop this Saturday

Mortgage and Lending with Academy Mortgage, Reno, NV

Make 2018 the year you become a Homeowner! This homebuying seminar will give you the tools needed to navigate the homebuying process. Diane Arvizo, Director of Homeownership Programs at the Nevada Rural Housing Authority will discuss the Home at Last™ down payment assistance  program, which provides down payment assistance equal to 2%-5% of your loan amount. Don't let the lack of money for a down payment and closing costs prevent you from owning your own home!

The seminar will be held on Saturday September 29th from 10-11 a.m. at the Clayton Homes of Carson City showroom10020 Highway 50 East, Carson City, 89706 (just east of the V&T Railroad overpass).

As an attendee, you will receive your Nevada Rural Housing Authority Homebuyer Education Certificate qualifying you for participation in the Home at Last™ program. Then, start your homebuying adventure by touring the beautiful and affordable Clayton Models starting at just $215,000. You will leave excited!

Home At Last™ offers eligible homebuyers customized assistance options to help more Nevadans become homeowners. The assistance is provided in the form of a 3-year forgivable, 0% interest, no payment second loan that is paired with a 30-year first mortgage with a fixed interest rate. There are NO separate applications to fill out, and it doesn’t slow down closing!

Click “Free Ticket” link to reserve your seat. For additional information, call Doug Kaller, Academy Mortgage @ 775-828-7006 or email doug.kaller@academymortgage.com 

Academy Mortgage is an Equal Housing Lender NMLS #312085, NV #10361, Corporate NMLS #3113, Corporate NV license #2731.


Comments (1)

William Feela
Realtor, Whispering Pines Realty 651-674-5999 No.

People need to take notice. Saving is possible if people want to

Sep 27, 2018 09:58 AM
Doug Kaller

Hi William Feela, Home prices in are region have increased 11% each of the past three years and interest rates have increased dramatically. When apartments are renting for $1,350 and houses for $1,775, it is very difficult for people to save the money needed for down payment and closing costs. These programs allow buyers to get into the market now, before prices and interest rates doom them to be renters for life. 

Sep 27, 2018 10:48 AM