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When did you end up closing?
If the interest rate is lowered at some point of time AFTER you are already locked in at a higher interest rate, is there anything that can be down to lock in the new lower rate?June 20, 2018 at 7:44 am in reply to: Above Median Income in Target Area Buy Down Points? #42591
Thanks so much!
It’s an incentive in a competitive market. Google.
They are listed as a Multi-Family with 2 complete homes on a 2 acre lot. Far larger than the typical “in-law suite”. One home is 2000 sqft and the second is 1500 sqft.
A duplex share the same roof. This case is a little different.April 11, 2017 at 9:45 pm in reply to: THANK YOU NACA OF JACKSONVILLE FOR MAKE US A HOMELESS FAMILY #36856
It’s very important to have a NACA knowledgeable agent on yourself. It is probably even more important that you are knowledgeable as well. While this is a program to help you buy a home, it is in no way, shape, form, or fashion to make you homeless. Every step of the process is to ensure that you are in a safe home for a decent price. Sometimes taking responsibility will help you learn from your mistakes in the future.
Best of luck to you and your family.
Thank you. I have found that this website is more current and up to date with the regional maximum acquisition costs than the primary site.
I have updated my counselor with this information so that he may contact the webmaster.
Thank you for your swift response. I, unfortunately, am not locked in at the former rate. I totally understand.
If the Regional Maximum Acquisition Cost for a SF is 236K, then I am positive that the duplex rate for a MF is definitely not 305K like I hoped. Can you confirm?