My NACA Testimonial – Please feel free to post

Our Thanks to Ms. Erica Jackson for sharing her NACA journey with everyone:

 

From: Erica Jackson
Sent: Friday, April 24, 2015 11:48 AM
Subject: My NACA Testimonial – Please feel free to post

 

My NACA Journey…

I was referred to NACA by Veralisa Hunter of Covenant Community Capital and I begin my NACA journey on September 27, 2014 by attending the orientation workshop.  There was so much information covered and I left feeling encouraged and motivated to do what it would take to buy my first home.  I went home and read the workshop booklet from cover to cover.  I highlighted portions and I made my list of questions for my first meeting.  I met with my counselor Anthony Brownell during the first week of October.  Immediately we hit it off; Anthony was impressed that I came with all my paperwork ready and I was relieved that he did not judge me based on my credit report.

Anthony walked me through the process and we set up a game plan to get me into my own home.  At each one of our follow up meetings I would come prepared with the completed action items from our previous meeting.  Also at each meeting Anthony would continue to encourage me that I would be in my own home with a great interest rate.  Then in January 2015 just 4 months after my orientation meeting I qualified!  I was so excited and pumped for the next step in the process and that was finding a home.

My realtor attended the qualification workshop with me and that weekend we went house haunting.  I found my dream home and put in an offer on Sunday, the sellers accepted the offer on Tuesday and the closing process began.  During this time I met Mrs. Leatha Moore the new office manager for the Houston office.  Ms. Leatha is such a warm person, she always greeted me with a  smile and encouraged me throughout the closing process.

During closing there were some hiccups along the way but both Anthony and Ms. Leatha advocated on my behalf and were in constant communication with me throughout the process.  The two of them made my NACA experience awesome and on March 27, 2015 (exactly 6 months from the start of my journey) I closed on my dream home!  Not only am I a first time homeowner I purchased a $200,000 home with a 2.5% FIXED interest rate for 30 years!  Anthony was right, not only did I find my dream home I was able to buy it at an awesome rate.

The things I learned during my NACA experience have been amazing and I will no longer be a victim of predatory lending of any kind (that includes auto loans)!  I have recommended NACA to everyone I know and I have spoken about my great experience in public; at my church Debt Boot Camp class, on public radio in Houston, and posted on several social media sites.  Thanks to Anthony and Ms. Leatha not only am I a home owner I am a more educated consumer.

Thank you NACA for all that you do!

Erica Jackson

 

 

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Historic Homebuyer Workshops this Saturday – Thousands to Attend

*****MEDIA ADVISORY*****
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Press Release – April 24, 2015

CONTACT:

Tim Trumble, Media Coordinator, Cell: 617-947-2632ttrumble@naca.com

 

 

Historic Homebuyer Workshops this Saturday – Thousands to Attend

(Detroit, Michigan) – More than five thousand Detroit-area residents are ready to become homeowners and will attend NACA’s Homebuyer workshops this Saturday conducted under the new Detroit Neighborhood Initiative announced by Mayor Mike Duggan last week.

NACA (Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America) will be conducting its first workshops for Detroit residents who want to become homeowners under this historic program. The workshop will be held this Saturday, April 25th at Pure Word Missionary Baptist Church, 20011 Grand River Avenue in Detroit. Two sessions will be conducted at 9:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.

“Anyone who wants to become a homebuyer needs to come to the workshop to take the first step in becoming a homeowner”, according to Bruce Marks, Founder and CEO of NACA, the largest HUD certified non-profit. “If you’re determined to become a homeowner, we will make sure that happens. This product is that good, this partnership with Bank of America is that good, and this relationship with the City of Detroit is that good.”

The Detroit Neighborhood Initiative has created a homeownership package that unprecedented in American history.  NACA’s groundbreaking program includes:

  • No down payment, No closing costs, No fees
  • Below market fixed rates (3.5% – 30 year / 2.875% – 15 year as of 4/23/15)
  • Everyone receives the same terms
  • An aggressive Interest Rate Buy-down Program that can reduce the interest rate to virtually zero
  • Available on all property types: new, existing, single to four family, condo
  • RENOVATION FUNDING INCLUDED IN MORTGAGE
  • Credit Score never considered in mortgage process, instead the Homebuyers individual payment history is utilized
  • Underwriting done by NACA
  • Homes purchased through the Land Bank using this program are eligible for loan to value ratios of up to 150%.

NACA’s CEO Bruce Marks will be at the workshop at 10:00 a.m. Saturday April 25th with other church and community leaders. Mayor Mike Duggan hailed the Detroit Neighborhood Initiative by saying “Now, we’re finally going to open up mortgages to a much larger pool of Homeowners in the city.”

The Detroit Free Press in an extraordinary editorial titled “Mortgage Program is Key to Detroit’s Future” stated the significance of this program.  The editorial states “Duggan has been working for months to come up with a solution, and the program with Bank of America and NACA is the product of a good deal of ingenuity and creativity.  The mayor had no choice, though.  Nearly everything he hopes to do in Detroit hinges on the ability of average people being able to buy and finance houses in neighborhoods all over the city according to traditional lending terms.”   That is reinforced with the fact that there were only 400 mortgages all of 2014 in Detroit.

Media Links:

CNN: One man’s fight against Foreclosures
New York Times: The Homebuyer’s Champion

CBS Evening News: $17 Billion Mortgage Settlement

 

Detroit Neighborhood Initiative Press Conference: Mortgage Announcement for City of Detroit Residents

Detroit Free Press: Mortgage Program is Key to Detroit’s Future
About NACA (www.naca.com):
NACA, Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America, is one of the largest HUD certified counseling agency with more than two million members. NACA is the largest and most effective organization in modifying mortgages and provides the best mortgage in the country. NACA has been highlighted in the national news and its CEO Bruce Marks was named Bostonian of the Year for 2007 because of his work in getting the major lenders and servicers to modify home loans for borrowers who come through NACA. See Bostonian of the Year. He has also testified before Congress on numerous occasions including September 12, 2000, being one of the only people to sound the alarm of the pending mortgage crisis. For more information go to www.naca.com.

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NACA Student Debt Advocacy Summer

NACA is seeking 15 to 20 students and others to serve as intern-activists for our groundbreaking Student Debt Advocacy Summer initiative.

NACA is again at the forefront of the fight for Economic Justice in the United States, this time bringing its trademark non-violent activism to the student debt crisis that has crippled millennials and others as they seek to become productive members of society while also hindering America’s economic recovery.

Accepted candidates will spend the summer working in NACA’s National Headquarters in Boston, spearheading the organizing of students and others across the country to take on the unaffordable student debt issue.

Plans for the Student Debt Advocacy Summer include the organization of a Student Debt Strike in which those with massive student debt will withhold paying their student loans for one month to send a message to the politicians across the country protesting the more than $60 BILLION in profits the government is making as it finances more than 90% of the nation’s student loans.

Among the key points of the Summer Student Debt Initiative:

  • Quality education should not be denied to deserving young people because of cost. However, many cannot presently receive the quality education they need to go into the career they desire unless they go into huge amounts of personal debt and entering into what is effectively a new form of indentured servitude.
  • Inclusion of student debt in bankruptcy proceedings. Currently, student loans cannot be dismissed in bankruptcy. Bankruptcy judges should have the discretion of dismissing student debt in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy or including it in a Chapter 13 payment plan if they deem it appropriate.
  • Government should stop looking at students as a profit center.  Instead student assistance programs should be viewed as an investment in our nation’s future.
  • Government regulators need to shut down for-profit schools that provide no genuine educational benefit and exist only for the purpose of generating revenue for themselves.

Current student debt in the United States totals more than $1.1 TRILLION, half of which has been acquired in just the past five years. This massive debt amount has created a generation of “boomerang” students who return to their parents’ home after graduation because they are unable to afford to buy a home, buy a decent car or generally become fully participating members of the American economy.  In many cases, this debt load is even preventing young people from marrying and starting families.

NACA is seeking the best and the brightest for this history-making Student Debt Advocacy Summer project and will only accept those who have a true passion, a “fire in the belly” for this cause.

Other qualifications:

  • Attention to Detail
  • Top Communication Skills
  • Able to Motivate and Lead Others

As a part of NACA’s Student Debt Advocacy Summer, you will be in the vanguard of taking on this huge issue and its widespread effect on millions of individuals as well as the nation’s economy. This is not a partisan political issue. Rather, it is about each person having the opportunity to be successful through their own merit.

NACA has fought for homeowners for 27 years through its relentless advocacy. NACA’s history includes changes to the Taft-Hartley Act, creation of innovative mortgage lending programs to benefit low and moderate income homebuyers and saving more than a quarter million homes from foreclosure since the burst of the housing bubble.

Applicants should send a resume and a letter detailing why they are passionate about this issue and want to be a part of NACA’s Student Debt Advocacy Summer. Send the resume and letter via email to ttrumble@naca.com for consideration.

This is an outstanding opportunity to become a part of NACA as it prepares to make history again, expanding its fight for Economic Justice through the Student Debt Advocacy Summer initiative.

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Detroit Neighborhood Initiative

The City of Detroit is teaming up with the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA) and Bank of America to create the Detroit Neighborhood Initiative.

Through the program, potential homebuyers can apply for mortgages with rates between 2.75 and 3.5 percent, including funding for renovations.

Bruce Marks, founder and CEO of NACA, said the Detroit-exclusive program is “historic.” “Where else can you have a fully renovated house, paying less than $400 [per month]? It doesn’t happen.” Marks said. “Except it’s GOING to happen for many, many Detroit homeowners.”

The Detroit Neighborhood Initiative is a cooperative effort of NACA and Bank of America.  Buyers that complete the NACA pre-purchase home buyer program can qualify for a remarkable mortgage, which includes:

  • No down payment
  • No closing costs
  • No fees
  • Below market fixed rates (3.5% – 30 year / 2.875%  – 15 year)
  • Interest Rate Buy-down:
    • 30 year – One percent of mortgage permanently reduces rate by .25% to virtually zero
    • 15 year – One percent of mortgage permanently reduces rate by .50% to virtually zero
  • Available on all property types: new, existing, single to four family, condo
  • RENOVATION FUNDING INCLUDED IN MORTGAGE
  • Credit Score never considered in mortgage process
  • Homebuyers individual payment history utilized
  • Underwriting done by NACA

Most importantly, all buyers in Detroit will have access to loans worth up to 110% of the home’s loan-to-value ratio.  For homes bought through the Detroit Land Bank the loan-to-value ratio increases up to 150%.  

To pre-qualify you can attend a workshop next Saturday, April 25 at Pure Word Missionary Baptist Church from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. To register, go to the NACA website.

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Historic Lending Announcement in Detroit

 

*****MEDIA ADVISORY*****
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Press Release – April 16, 2015

CONTACT:

Tim Trumble, Media Coordinator – Cell: 704-617-947-2632; ttrumble@naca.com

 

NEW MORTGAGE PROGRAM DESIGNED TO STABILIZE DETROIT NEIGHBORHOODS – FIRST SUCH PROGRAM IN THE HISTORY OF MORTGAGE LENDING

 

NACA and Bank of America have partnered with the City of Detroit to create unprecedented mortgage program.

 

Today April 16th at 2:15 p.m. in Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan’s City Hall office, he will announce a new mortgage program that will directly address many of the problems facing those trying to be homeowners in the city of Detroit.   The Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA), along with Bank of America, have created the “Detroit Neighborhood Initiative,” a program for homebuyers in Detroit that combines a zero down, low interest fixed rate mortgage, and other very favorable terms with rehabilitation dollars necessary to rebuild Detroit’s classic houses and neighborhoods.

 

The Detroit Neighborhood Initiative is a cooperative effort of NACA and Bank of America.  Buyers that complete the NACA pre-purchase home buyer program can qualify for a remarkable mortgage, which includes:

  • No down payment
  • No closing costs
  • No fees
  • Below market fixed rates (3.5% – 30 year / 2.875%  – 15 year)
  • Interest Rate Buy-down:
    • 30 year – One percent of mortgage permanently reduces rate by .25% to virtually zero
    • 15 year – One percent of mortgage permanently reduces rate by .50% to virtually zero
  • Available on all property types: new, existing, single to four family, condo
  • RENOVATION FUNDING INCLUDED IN MORTGAGE
  • Credit Score never considered in mortgage process
  • Homebuyers individual payment history utilized
  • Underwriting done by NACA

 

Most importantly, all buyers in Detroit will have access to loans worth up to 110% of the home’s loan-to-value ratio.  For homes bought through the Detroit Land Bank the loan-to-value ratio increases up to 150%.  

 

The NACA program is already established as the best mortgage in America, and is available in 40 other markets.  But NACA CEO and founder Bruce Marks says the Detroit program, and it’s up to 150% loan-to-value ratio is unprecedented.   “This is a game changer, which has never been done in the history of mortgage lending,” say’s Bruce Marks.  “The mayor of Detroit, Bank of America, and NACA are not only redefining neighborhood stabilization for Detroit, but are providing a national model of a true partnership that will significantly stabilize both neighborhoods and homeowners.  It shows a path forward for how hard hit communities can truly be revitalized.”

 

People interested in finding out more about the Detroit Neighborhood Initiative should go to www.NACA.com or contact NACA at 425-602-6222.  In addition, all interested homebuyers should attend the Homebuyer’s Workshop which is the first step in becoming a homeowner on these incredible terms.  The next one is as follows:

 

When: Saturday April 25

Where: Pure Word Missionary Baptist Church

              20011 Grand River Avenue, Detroit, MI 48219

Time: 9:30 AM – 1:00 PM

To register: Go to www.naca.com /register 

For more information: Contact NACA at (425) 602-6222

 

Loan Example for the Detroit Stabilization Program:

The below example of a likely loan through this program demonstrates the incredible terms and impact.  A homebuyer would have a renovated home with a fixed 30 year mortgage payment of $397 or for a 15 year payment of $593.  It is significantly less than what the homeowner would be paying in rent.  This would not be possible with any other mortgage since such terms are not available and because the depressed values in Detroit would likely value this property at $40,000 thus requiring 150% LTV to qualify.

 

                                                                                         30 Year            15 Year

Purchase Price (through Detroit Land Bank)             $5,000              $5,000

Rehab Costs:                                                                      $55,000            $55,000

Down payment:                                                                $0                        $0

Closing Costs:                                                                   $0                        $0

Total Mortgage:                                                        $60,000           $60,000

Assessed Value:                                                                $40,000              $40,000

Interest Rate (fixed)                                                        3.5%                      2.75%

Principal & Interest Payment:                                      $218                      $414

Taxes:                                                                                 $112                      $112

Insurance:                                                                         $67                        $67

Mortgage Payment:                                                $397                   $593

 

About NACA (www.naca.com):
NACA, Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America, founded in 1988, is a non-profit, community advocacy and homeownership organization.  NACA is the largest HUD certified counseling agency with more than two million members and is recognized as the most effective organization in modifying mortgages and in providing the best mortgage in America. NACA has been highlighted in the national news and its CEO Bruce Marks was named Bostonian of the Year for 2007 because of NACA’s work in getting the major lenders and servicers to modify home loans often the same day through NACA’s American Dream Events (over 150 events nationwide). See Bostonian of the Year. He has also testified in congress on numerous occasions including on September 12, 2000, being one of the only people to sound the alarm of the pending mortgage crisis. Mr. Marks has remained the country’s foremost advocate for affordable home ownership, and was recently profiled in The New York Times as “The Homebuyer’s Champion

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NEW NACA WEBSITE IS UP AND RUNNING!

The NEW NACA WEBSITE is NOW ON LINE AND ACTIVE! Please visit the website and give us your feedback on the new design! We think you will find the new site easier to navigate and use! (And if you find a bug or two, please let us know! )

WWW.NACA.COM

The new NACA website, designed to be better organized and easier to use!

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TAX RETURN DEADLINE

Just a reminder that after April 15, 2015, all active NACA member files in both the Purchase and Home Save programs MUST contain 2014 tax returns and W-2′s.  Additionally, tax return transcripts must be obtained from the IRS website and submitted to your file as well.

Please be aware that there are NO EXCEPTIONS to this requirement.  If you have filed a form 4868 for an automatic extension of time to file, your NACA file will not be able to move forward until the actual tax return is in your NACA file.  Additionally, if you have taxes due to the IRS and did not pay them with your return, your NACA file will also not be able to progress until the taxes are paid.

If you need to access IRS information or forms, they can be found at www.irs.gov and transcripts can be obtained at http://www.irs.gov/Individuals/Get-Transcript

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SPECIAL ATLANTA AREA HOME SAVE WORKSHOPS!

NACA AMERICAN DREAM EVENT

Returning to Atlanta…


All Services are Free
 Friday, May 15 until Tuesday, May 19

Hours are 8:00am – 6:00pm Each Day

Americas Mart – Building 3

250 Spring Street NW, Atlanta, Georgia   30303

HOMEOWNERS!

Make Your Mortgage Payments Affordable

Help if you are struggling to make your mortgage payment or facing Foreclosure

Lenders will look at modification based on your hardship

Meet Your Lender Face to Face to obtain a solution (All Major Lenders will be On Site)

Interest Rates as low as 2% and sometimes large principal reductions

Same Day Solution in Most Cases

In order to get each Homeowner prepared with all the documents required to meet with their lender, NACA is hosting one hour Home Save Workshops to educate you on how to prepare for counseling and lender review to seek a mortgage modification.  You will learn what is required in advance and have the time needed for full preparation and discussion with a counselor before the AMERICAN DREAM EVENT

 ONE HOUR WORKSHOPS for PREPARATION of MORTGAGE MODIFICATION PROPOSAL

Saturday, April 4, 2015 and Saturday, April 18, 2015  

To Register

  • Go to www.naca.com
  • Click on “Home Save Program”
  • In LINKS section, click on “Workshop”
  • Enter your Zip Code to find the nearest location and register

or call 732-481-6222 for more information

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Special ATLANTA HOME SAVE Workshops Start this Saturday!

NACA will conduct a series of special Home Save Workshops in preparation for our FINAL Atlanta American Dream Tour Event coming up May 15th through the 19th at Americas’ Mart in downtown Atlanta.

These special one-hour workshops are designed to dramatically streamline the process for anyone who is looking to save their home from foreclosure, get caught up on a past due mortgage or modify an unaffordable payment.

The ultimate objective is to work with homeowners and have their file already prepared for submission to their lender prior to the opening of the event.  This will be done through electronic submission of documents either remotely or at the local NACA office, combined with a scheduled telephone counseling appointment with a NACA counselor. Once the doors open on the 15th, the homeowner will then simply show up at the event. The file will be given a short review to ensure that it is ready, and will be immediately submitted to the lender electronically.  The homeowner will then be able to meet face to face with their lender to potentially get an on-the-spot solution the same day.

This will not only significantly reduce the amount of time our members spend at the event but will also accommodate the largest number of homeowners possible since this will be our LAST event in Atlanta.

The Workshops will be:

Saturday, April 4th (English)
9:00am – 10:00am
Destiny Christian Center Int’l
182 Glynn St.
Fayetteville, GA 30214
 
Saturday, April 18th (English)
9:00am – 10:00am
Covenant Church International
3005 Lenora Church Road
Snellville, GA 30078
 
Saturday, May 2nd (Español)
9:00am – 10:00am
LaPrimicia TDA
4187 North East Highway
Atlanta, GA  30340
 

More information and registration can be found at www.naca.com or by calling 888-302-6222.

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NACA Social Media Guidelines – Must Read Before Posting

The following are the guidelines for this Forum and all NACA social media, including Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Pinterest, LinkedIn, NACA Radio and Live Chat:

The following rules have always been posted near the top of the Forums page on the forum website at http://forums.naca.com, just above the links to the five forum categories:

Welcome to the NACA Forums! Please keep in mind that this is a public forum. Any derogatory, inflammatory or questionable content will be removed by administrators. Also, please DO NOT post any personal information, such as passwords, NACA ID numbers, or Social Security numbers; NACA Staff will never require this information on the Forums.

Disregard for the rules of the Forum and abuses of the Forum and other social media in general is not tolerated. Such activity hinders the effectiveness of the NACA social media efforts as tools for asking questions, sharing information and for those who are seeking help with problems in either the Purchase or Home Save programs. To prevent such abuses, the following rules apply for this Forum and all NACA social media:

F(orum) comes before E(mail):

Maybe not in the alphabet, but here in the forum, F comes before E. In other words, please post your question in the Forum rather than circumvent the system and send an Email to an address you happen to find in the forum. The forum exists for several purposes, not the least of which is the sharing of information that may be beneficial to many of our members.

Most of the questions we receive are more generic in nature than most people think. By posting a question in the Forum first, it can be most likely answered here in the Forum unless it involves specific information in your file. By handling the question or problem here whenever possible, other members experiencing a similar problem could get the answer and help they need more quickly and without making a single additional keystroke.

If your post does require specific information, you will be advised on the best means of contact with us so any personal information can be communicated securely and confidentially.

The Forum Does Not Replace NACA Services:

The NACA Forum or other NACA social media are in no way a substitute for NACA Counseling and Advocacy services whether in the Home Save or Purchase Programs, and information found here should not be considered a replacement for communicating with a NACA counselor, Member Services rep or any other NACA representative. While much of the information here is general in nature and applicable to most situations, specific questions regarding your file cannot be addressed in this or any other public forum for privacy reasons. Additionally, every file has unique factors and issues of its own. Therefore, you should always attempt to communicate your questions and concerns with your Mortgage Consultant in the Purchase Program and with a Counselor,  Member Services or other Member Assistance Program (MAP) representative. Our Member Services Department can be reached at 425-602-6222 from 8am to 6 pm Eastern Time Monday through Friday.

Keep it Civil:

Another serious issue is the tone used in some messages. We eagerly invite anyone who is having what they perceive to be any sort of problem with the NACA process or on line system to use the NACA Forum and social media channels as a means of reaching out to us with those concerns so we can help solve them in whatever way we can.  However, please remember to compose your message in the same manner in which you would like to receive the response. As noted above, “derogatory, inflammatory or questionable content” has always been grounds for posts to simply be deleted without response, and will continue to be so. Deletion of any and all messages from any individual or group of people is at the sole discretion of the Forum administrators. This includes sarcasm as well as insulting and accusatory statements. While we are in fact eager to help with any problems that may occur, if you can’t write without being cynical, you may want to hold off a bit until you can be more rational in expressing your concerns.

 No Personal Information:

While this one should be common sense, it is surprising how many people will post their name, NACA ID number and even their telephone number in a forum post or even on Facebook. Please remember that what you write here can be read by anyone on the internet. This is not a membership-restricted site, so please do not post any information about yourself here that you would not announce over a microphone to a crowd of twenty thousand people. Again, that personal information starts with and includes your NACA ID number. Never post it or any other personal information in a public forum, here or anywhere else on the web.

Oh, By the Way, Who Am I Talking To?

Under other circumstances, this would actually be funny. We far too commonly receive emails from members who go to substantial effort to make sure they have provided a wonderfully detailed explanation of their problem or question to insure we have all the information necessary to address their concerns… Then forget to include their NACA ID number, leaving us in the dark or doing detective work to find out which file we are dealing with.

It’s really a simple, common sense rule. NEVER post your ID in a public place, but ALWAYS include it, every time, in private communications such as an email or the Live Chat system available through our website.

One Way or Another:

While we realize you intend to be thorough by doing so, posting the same message to the Forum, our Facebook page, and emailing it to a Forum administrator is actually counter-productive. Most likely, all three messages will go to the same person, which means answering the same question for the same person three separate times. This redundancy only slows down our response time to you and everyone else we are trying to help. So please limit yourself to one method when communicating with us.

Once is Enough:

Likewise, posting the same message in multiple threads in the Forum will have the same effect as posting through several different media.

Each still has to be addressed and responded to separately, which only slows down our response time and can confuse members who may then falsely think that they have read the entire thread previously and possibly miss out on some important information that could have a bearing on their own file.

Similarly, multiple messages each day with minor or random questions bog things down too. We want to answer those questions for you, but in such a circumstance, please send them all in one daily message if possible.

By posting in this Forum, you certify that you have read and agree to abide by these rules.  Failure to comply with these rules will result in the deletion of offending posts and the writer potentially being banned from this Forum and other NACA social media.

As you can see, these are really just common sense rules, largely based on common courtesy. Abiding by these guidelines will help the NACA staff help you in whatever means possible and encourage a positive, free flow of information through this Forum, which is its most fundamental purpose.

Thanks!

(Rev. 1/29/15)

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