The first step in the NACA process was to attend a NACA Homebuyer Workshop. There, we began the NACA process. We were assigned a Mortgage Counselor at our local NACA office, who we met with every couple of months. It took us about two years, because we moved during the process. The amount of paperwork I had to juggle was unbelievable, and it was like having a part-time job keeping up with it. Despite this, I am thrilled to say we got our house at a below-market interest rate with an affordable monthly payment (even less than we were paying in rent). We finally got that backyard for Oliver. Every time I play with him out there, I am reminded of how grateful I am. It wasn't easy, don't get me wrong. It involved constantly sending in paperwork and a ton of planning, but it was worth it. To learn more about the NACA program, visit their website.
September 03, 2015
Ooh.. congrats! I wish we have a "NACA"like here in Europe, I tired of renting too.
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