Nevada Housing Home is Possible Teacher 2nd Mtg
- Quick Facts
- Pros & Cons
- Occupancy & Property Type
- Income & Purchase Price Limits
- Key Features & Conditions
- Other Limitations
- Mortgage Insurance & Fees
- Similar Loan Programs
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This loan program is not available in USA
Nevada Housing gives eligible borrowers down payment assistance up to $7500. Assistance is in the form of a 0% Interest, 5-year forgivable second mortgage, to apply toward down payment and/or closing costs. Assistance is forgiven over a 5 year period (principal forgiven monthly).
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Nevada Housing Home is Possible Teacher 2nd Mtg
Min. Credit Score
Min. Down Payment
Max Loan Amount
Qualification variables shown here are for 1-Unit Primary Residences, and loan amount ranges vary based on US County. Register Now to see if this loan program is a good fit for you, find your county limits, and find more options for purchasing a home.
Benefit type: Up to $7,500 in Assistance
Type: Bond Standard 2nd Mortgage Program - Forgivable
Assistance is in the form of a 0%, 5-year forgivable 2nd mortgage. Assistance is forgiven over a five year period, a no interest, no payment prorated forgiveness.
First Mortgage Program Option
This program can be used in tandem with the following first mortgage programs in order to help fulfill down payment requirements, pay closing costs, or provide other benefits. Learn all about how grants, bonds & 2nd mortgages work here.
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Pros & Cons
- Min 640 credit score
- Sudsidized First Mortgage Rates
- Up to $7500 of down payment and/or closing cost assistance
Nevada Housing Home is Possible Teacher 2nd Mtgs are available in 1 state.
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“Teachers get a below market interest rate and $7500 of down payment assistance. Assistance is in the form of a 0% Interest, 5-year forgivable second mortgage. Allowing the Teacher to purchase with $0 down and have a lower payment."
Occupancy & Property Types
Qualification factors for this program can vary based on how you intend to occupy the property and what type of property you are purchasing. By registering for a free account , you can check program limits for all property and occupancy types.
Available Property Types for Primary Residence
Income & Purchase Price Limits
Your Debt-to-Income Ratio (DTI), as well as purchase price and income limits, are important factors when qualifying for a home loan program. By registering for a free account , you can find the exact program limits for this program and others in your area and for your unique scenario.
Purchase Price Limit
Annual Qualifying Income
Qualification variables shown here are for 1-Unit Primary Residences, and loan limit ranges vary based on US County. Amounts may be rounded. Exact amounts can be accessed by registering for a free account.
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- Down Payment Assistance up to $7500
- Must be a Nevada licensed K-12 public or public charter school full-time classroom teacher
In some circumstances, there are specific requirements you must meet or homebuyer education courses you must attend in order to be eligible for the loan program.
No other program limitations
A Homebuyer Education Class is required for this loan program.
Class Name: 8 options per Guide. FHLMC CreditSmart, FNMA HomeView
All buyers (any person on the note/warranty Deed) must attend an approved homebuyer education course. All borrowers are required to attend –first-time buyers, repeat buyer. CoSignors are NOT required to attend. A NPS on title must attend homebuyer education.
Mortgage Insurance & Fees
Most mortgage programs require mortgage insurance when you are financing more than 80% of the purchase price or appraised value. Some programs may also have an associated funding fee, paid at the time of closing, or an annual fee. Learn all about the different fees here.
No Mortgage Insurance
This program does not require Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI).
Type: No Funding Fee
This program does not have a funding fee.
Type: No Annual Fee
This program does not have an annual fee.
Estimated Closing Costs: 2.5%
These amounts are just an estimate. Your closing costs include things like loan origination fees, discount points, appraisal fees, title insurance, taxes, deed recording fees, and other charges.
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* Available for Nevada K-12 Public licensed full-time classroom teachers who meet the Home Is Possible income and purchase price limits.
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