August 14, 2020 at 9:11 am #71325
We had our initial intake session a few days ago but we ran out of time. We had an appointment with an MC at the DC office but they were overbooked so eventually found us an MC in another state. Anyhow, I think it went well for the most part but we needed to schedule a follow up appointment to go over anything we didn’t get a chance to the first time around.
BUT, we have the ATD event coming up on the 23 of August. Would it be advisable to still go through with the ATD event, and then meet with our counselor again a week or so later? Or should we just skip the ATD and wait for the next appointment with our MC? I just don’t want to undo anything the previous MC did, cause any confusion, or step on any toes….
Thanks!August 14, 2020 at 9:42 am #71326NelsontMember
Always the attend the ATD event if possible unless you are already submitted for underwriting.August 14, 2020 at 10:04 am #71327abrielstangeParticipant
You should still keep your Achieve the Dream appointment as well as having a follow up appointment scheduled for afterwards. It never hurts to have those extra appointments, this will help especially if you are trying to speed up your homebuying process.
Online Operations, NACAAugust 14, 2020 at 3:09 pm #71333
Thank you @abrielstange and @Nelsont. I was thinking that as well but my wife was afraid that it might hurt our chances for some reason. We weren’t submitted to underwriting yet. The impression I got from our MC was that he just needed to make sure we met 6 months worth of payment shock. Guess we’ll see what happens!
Thanks again!August 15, 2020 at 12:16 pm #71349
So quick question regarding the ATD events. Since they are all virtual at the moment, do I have to just sit there and monitor where I’m at in the queue or would the system send me an alert (via email, or text/call) when my turn is up?
Thanks!August 18, 2020 at 10:55 am #71411TTrumbleMember
You will receive a text alert approximately one hour before your ATD event appointment will come up. Since we can only estimate that one hour lead time though, it’s best to go to your computer and log on to the meeting address you will receive by email within a few minutes of getting the text. Once the counselor comes on line for your appointment, he or she is only allowed to wait ten minutes before moving on to the next appointment, so it’s best if you are already there on line waiting.
Online Operations, NACA
email@example.comAugust 19, 2020 at 3:56 pm #71439mbot17Participant
@nitromiles just for reference i was in the 7-800’s for my queue number back in May and i got my one-hour notification around 7:30pm (and then no one actually called me… but that’s besides the point). and i re-scheduled in august fo ATD event and i was #79 in the queue and i got my one-hour notice around 930amAugust 19, 2020 at 4:30 pm #71440
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