Coming Soon... Santa Ana Townhome, with 3.5% Down Payment Assist

  • Listing id
    bbncauqa
  • Categories
  • Asking price

    Asking $498,000.00 USD per item

  • Quantity

    1 item

  • Tax
    Not applicable
  • Shipping & Handling

    Shipping to the United States only

  • Payment Terms

    Seller accepts Escrow

  • Posted
    1 month ago
Member since August 1, 2020
Please only contact the seller if you are interested in buying or bartering for this item. Spam and fraud will not be tolerated.
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Imagine buying your new townhome
with a Forgivable Loan that covers the
3.5% down payment for an FHA Mortgage...

You don't have to make payments on the Forgivable Loan..

The Forgivable Loan will be forgiven
after you have paid your FHA Mortgage
on-time for at least 3 years (36 months).


Have you heard of this program?
How would you feel if you qualified for this?
Let us show you your options...


Find out if this Down Payment Assistance Program is right for you. Reach out today!

Manuel Angeles
Mortgage Loan Originator
NMLS #1750546, CalDRE #01985856
(626) 779-3559
Doorway Homes Loans, a DBA of International City Mortgage | NMLS #222730


*This is not a commitment to lend. All approvals are subject to underwriting guidelines. Restrictions apply. Rates may vary depending on creditworthiness, down payment, loan amount, and loan program. Doorway Home Loans is not acting on behalf of or at the direction of HUD/FHA or the federal government.

International City Mortgage, Inc., DBA Doorway Home Loans is an Equal Housing Lender. NMLS #222730. Licensed by the Department of Business Oversight under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act #4130570. We conduct business in accordance with the Federal Fair Housing Law (Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988). Business services and products do not originate from HUD, FHA, the Government of the United States, or any Federal, State, or local government agency. Loan Officer California DBO License (CA-DBO1750546)


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