The president and CEO of Liberty National Bank, Ron Zimmerly, Jr., announced that Liberty National Bank would participate in a program to help homebuyers who are eligible with closing costs or down payment assistance when buying their house.
According to a press release released by Liberty, the program is titled The Welcome Home Program. The program offers low- and moderate-income homebuyers grants of up to $2,500, but the grants are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis.
An even larger grant of $7,500 is available to active military personnel and honorably discharged veterans who wish to buy a home.
On March 1st, the program will receive funding for the very first time. As a bonus, Liberty will waive half of the processing fee on top of the grant money for first-time homebuyers who are approved by 2022. The Welcome Home Program will end when all the funds have been used.
You may contact Angela Dawn Hersh at 419-634-5015 if you would like more information about the Welcome Home Program qualifications or if you would like additional information.
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