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PHOENIX HOME BUYER FOUNDATION PROGRAM

PHOENIX HOME BUYER FOUNDATION PROGRAM

Helping families rebuild the foundation after suffering from a foreclosure or short sale.

What is Phoenix Home Buyer Foundation Program?

Phoenix Home Buyer Foundation Program was founded on the idea to assist people in purchasing a home again and help stabilize home prices in the Phoenix community at the same time.  Phoenix suffered significant losses to property values and home equity.  Bringing qualified homebuyers back into the Phoenix real estate market will enable the values to steady. The Foundation Program helps people with a previous foreclosure or short sale interested in purchasing, do so, in the shortest amount of time required.   

How does the program work?

We will analyze your credit and develop a strategic program to put you in thePhoenix Home Buyer Countdown best position to purchase a home in the least amount of time.  We will help you in determining your first eligible date of purchase.  We will also review your debts and develop a financial budget to help keep you on track. 

What is the cost?

There is no cost for this program.

How will I know when I can purchase a home?

Our program provides a personal countdown clock that you will always have access so you will know the exact amount of time before you can purchase. 

How often will I hear from you?

We will communicate with you quarterly until you are 12 months away from purchasing.  Once you are 12 months away from purchasing, we will communicate with you monthly.  60 days prior to your first eligible purchase date, we will review your current financial position.  One month prior, we will request updated financial information for your prequalification and refer you to one of our preferred real estate partners.  On the day you are eligible to enter into a purchase contract, we will send you and your real estate agent the prequalification letter. 

How do I get started?

Getting started is easy.  You can email david@dkhomeloans.com and request the form to get started.

If you know someone with a previous foreclosure or short sale that would like to purchase a home, please have them give me a call.

 

About the Author

My name is David Krushinsky and I am a Phoenix mortgage specialist that is truly passionate about my profession and the result is that nearly 100% of my business is by referral from satisfied clients, trusted financial advisors and the most experienced REALTOR®'s in the Phoenix area.
Questions? Call 480.339.1576 or Visit My Website

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