Because everyone should have the option to own their own home, we're with you.
We believe that giving our neighbors the opportunity to be homeowners fosters a more vibrant community.
Low and no down payment options
FHA, VA, and Conventional loan programs
Special Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) financing options
Down Payment Assistance Programs:
ACFCU's mortgage experts are here to help first-time homebuyers access matching funds for a downpayment and closing costs. For every $1 you contribute to your home purchase, you can receive $4 in matching funds, up to $5,000. Funding is available to qualified first-time homebuyers.
Homebuyers must meet income eligibility requirements and complete a homebuyer education and financial literacy course specified by FHLBank Atlanta.
Are you a current or retired law enforcement officer, educator, health care worker, firefighter, or other first responders, or county or city employee? If so, ACFCU can assist you in accessing matching funds for down payment and closing costs. For every $1 you contribute to your home purchase, you can receive $4 in matching funds, up to $7,500.
Homebuyers much meet income eligibility requirements and complete a homebuyer education and financial literacy course specified by FHLBank Atlanta.
Buying a home in Arlington County?
Visit https://housing.arlingtonva.us/get-help/home-ownership to learn about affordable housing programs offered by the Arlington County Department of Housing.
Looking to build an Accessory Dwelling Unit?
ACFCU offers reduced rates on our equity loan products when you use the proceeds towards the construction of an Accessory Dwelling Unit. Proof of County approval and permits are required to receive any applicable interest rate discount.
Not sure if you qualify?
Call 703.526.0200 x465 today to talk to one of our mortgage experts.
The Fine Print
Loan and membership requirements apply. Federally insured by NCUA.
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