Home Loans for Nurses
May 22, 2021
What is the best home loan for nurses? Almost every lender can offer Federal “conforming” loans, such as FHA, VA, USDA and conventional. So how do you choose which loan type and lender to use?
The Nurse Next Door Program is part of the largest National Home Buying Program in the U.S. In the past twelve months, Nurse Next Door has helped over 25,000 nurses, healthcare workers and other public service professionals, navigate the home buying process. If you are a nurse or other professional working in the healthcare industry, you are eligible for the Nurse Next Door National Home Buying Program. There is no fee for using the program and the benefits are substantial.
Home Loans: For the mortgage loan, a Nurse Next Door Certified Program Specialist will discuss your individual situation and help you determine which home loan program will benefit you the most. All loan types are available in connection with the Nurse Next Door Program, including conventional, FHA, VA and USDA. In addition, you may qualify for special programs such as Fannie Mae’s HomeReady or Freddie Mac’s HomePossible or HomeOne programs.
Grants: Housing GRANTS up to $6,000.00 are currently available to nurses and healthcare employees. Depending on the area, these grants may include government grants and/or the Nurse Next Door Grant. Some of the state specific programs may include Arizona Home in Five, Georgia Dream, Florida First and others.
Down Payment Assistance: Nurse Next Door works with over thirty different down payment assistance programs, including national programs such as Chenoa and Unison. Currently, down payment assistance amounts may be up to $10,681.00, depending on your location and individual circumstance.
First Time Home Buyers: The Nurse Next Door Program is not limited to first time home buyers. However, nurses and healthcare employees, who are first time home buyers, may also benefit from Nurse Next Door’s First Time Home Buyers Program.
Other Benefits: Nurses and healthcare employees may purchase any home on the market through Nurse Next Door, with no 3-year minimum residency requirement. There are no application or up-front fees and the Simple Docs Program, available in most states, may reduce or eliminate the need for you to gather many of the verification documents typically associated with a mortgage loan.
For more information on the Nurse Next Door Program, you may visit www.NurseNextDoorProgram.us or www.teachernextdoor.us/Nurse.
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