Top 5 reasons to get an NHF 5% down payment grant

Sunday March 22, 2015 by The Mettle Group

Businessman giving money on dark backgroundWhat if you could buy a home without needing to save for a down payment? What if you could get 5% of the purchase price of your home to use for the down and use any remaining funds for closing costs? With the NHF 5% grant you can! Here are the top 5 reasons you should get an NHF 5% down payment grant:

Reason #1
This grant never has to be paid back! The NHF Platinum 5% grant down payment assistance program gives you a 5% grant that can be used as your down payment and for closing costs. You don’t have to pay this money back.

Reason #2
The credit score needed is a minimum middle credit score of 640.

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You don’t need to be a first time homebuyer!

Reason #4
No homebuyer education class is required.

Reason #5
Available in conjunction with our physician, FHA, VA and USDA mortgages.

To get more information please call Josh Mettle at 385-355-2130 or email at . You can also click here to fill out our client questionnaire and get one step closer to owning your home.

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