Veterans, are you tired of finding the perfect home, only to make an offer and get beat out by a cash buyer? Don't give up hope! You can still move into the Las Vegas home of your dreams this summer courtesy of a new home builder that supports our troops.
For the rest of the month of June, Richmond American Homes of Las Vegas is running a special promotion for all VA Home Buyers in recognition of their service to our country. With only $1 in earnest deposit*, Vets can purchase a brand new home.
And the interest rates are great too! With Richmond's preferred lender, Home American Mortgage Corporation, the current rate is only 3.75% (4.05% APR) 30 year fixed rate VA financing***. (See details below.)
This is a tremendous promotion for our military community who often find it hard to get their offers accepted by "traditional" sellers in the highly competitive Las Vegas real estate market. No matter where you want to live, Richmond has communities all over Las Vegas and Henderson, including: Summerlin, Madiera Canyon, Southern Highlands, Mountains Edge and Providence. There is a wide selection of home styles to choose from, ranging in size from 1350 square feet to over 4,000 square feet and priced from $195k to $500k.
To get the latest list of the available new homes for sale that will be completed by the end of August, please call our office at 702-985-7654. We look forward to helping our military veterans find the perfect home!
*One dollar ($1.00) earnest money deposit is required and will be credited to purchaser at closing. Offer is valid for contracts on quick move-in homes signed by June 30, 2014, and close by August 29, 2014. Offer is available to owner occupants only, who are qualified to participate in mortgage loan programs offered by the Department of Veterans Affairs and is subject to legal requirements and availability. Earnest money deposit must be provided in the form of a check. Cash deposits will not be accepted.
**Closing dates are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed. Homebuyers may be limited in the structural changes, options and upgrades which can be made to homes.
***Financing is provided by HomeAmerican Mortgage Corporation (NMLS Unique Identifier #130676), 866-400-7126 (see licensing information below). Example is based on the median sales price of $300,000 and a 30-year fixed-rate VA loan with an interest rate of 3.75% and a 0% down payment. The total loan amount, including the VA Funding Fee, is $306,450.00. Monthly principal and interest payment = $1,419.22. APR = 4.05%. Taxes and hazard insurance premiums are not calculated in the above payment and actual payment will be higher. Available to owner occupants only, who are qualified to participate in mortgage loan programs offered by the Department of Veterans Affairs and is subject to legal requirements and availability, VA maximum loan limits , a debt-to-income ratio of 41% or less; qualification using full documentation and a minimum FICO score of 640. Interest rate is not guaranteed and is subject to change without notice.
Team Leader, The Tonnesen Team
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Nevada
3185 St Rose Pkwy #100 Henderson, NV 89052
With over 30 years of experience helping families call Las Vegas "home!"
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