Bank of America announced the launch of its new web-based tool to guide consumers to down payment and closing cost assistance programs available in their region. The Bank of America Down payment resource center is powered by Down Payment Resource, developed by Atlanta-based Workforce Resource.
Affordable Housing Programs – Bank of America Find out about affordable housing assistance programs that can help qualified homebuyers achieve successful homeownership. Our mortgage loan officers can tell you more about program options. affordable housing programs
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Bank of America calls their version the "Affordable Loan Solution" But it’s unique in that it’s backed by nonprofit Self-Help Ventures Fund In what is looking a lot like a jab at the FHA, Bank of America is set to launch a 3% down payment mortgage nationwide with the help of Freddie Mac and nonprofit Self-Help Ventures Fund.
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Every home loan situation is different, so it’s hard to estimate how long your specific home mortgage process will take. Some of the factors that affect the timeline include the type and terms of the home loan you’re requesting, the types of documentation required in order to secure the loan and the amount of time it takes to provide your lender with those documents.
Bank of America Neighborhood Solutions program will help more than 20,000 individuals and families thrive through the power of homeownership. We extended $42 billion in first mortgage credit in 2018, which was down from $50 billion in 2017 as a result of a smaller mortgage refinance market.