Liberty Bank Gives Welcome Home Grants to Homebuyers

Liberty Bank Gives Welcome Home Grants to Homebuyers

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.

Liberty National Bank is a financial institution offering traditional banking products and services, as well as an array of non-traditional banking services such as investment planning and electronic banking options.