Second Mortgage Loan Program and Mortgage Credit Certificate for Homebuyers in North Carolina

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The North Carolina Housing Finance Agency, more commonly known as NC HFA, is a stand-alone agency operating in the State of California that is generally responsible for ensuring the provision of financial assistance in the form of loans to low and moderate income first time home buyers in North Carolina.

The programs and initiatives of the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency is constantly tailored to contribute to the realization of its overall agency mission which is "to create affordable housing opportunities for North Carolinians whose needs are not met by the market."

With this mission, the NC HFA has been running several home loan programs that are geared towards the purposes of providing a reasonable housing opportunity for the people in the State of North Carolina.

One of the more popular programs is the FirstHome Mortgage Program for First Time Homebuyers which offer significantly low interest rates and a rather low fixed 30-year mortgage plan.

Together with this program, the NC HFA has also established the Second Mortgage Loan Program wherein it intends to offer second mortgage loans in the maximum amount of $25,000.   (continued...)

Second Mortgage Loan Program and Mortgage Credit Certificate for Homebuyers in North Carolina
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