Thousands Attending NACA Affordable Housing Event In Queens

NACA provides the best affordable homeownership program for low to moderate income individuals and people of color.
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(QUEENS, NY – June 23, 2022) – Several hundred future homeowners have already arrived at the event venue of the Resorts World Casino in Queens (110-00 Rockaway Blvd, Queens, NY 11420) for NACA’s Achieve the Dream affordable homeownership event, which opened at 8:00 a.m. this morning and runs through Monday.

With Americans facing skyrocketing rents and climbing interest rates, NACA provides the best affordable homeownership program for low to moderate income individuals and people of color. Homebuyers will receive one-on-one counseling from a HUD Approved NACA Counselor during this event, and many will get a same-day qualification for NACA’s Best in America mortgage to begin their housing search. All NACA services are free of charge.

NACA has over $20 Billion for its unique mortgage, including $15 Billion from Bank of America. NACA's Best in America Mortgage features no down-payment, no closing costs, no fees, no mortgage insurance, and a below market fixed interest rate (4.875% - 30-year fixed and 3.875% - 15-year fixed as of 6/23/22) and credit scores are not considered. NACA is the nation’s largest HUD-approved nonprofit community advocacy and homeownership organization.

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Homebuyers from the New York Metropolitan Area and across the country will attend during the five-day event. NACA’s previous Achieve the Dream event in Queens in June 2019 was an overwhelming success, with more than 20,000 attendees. The most recent event in Miami held May 12-15 was also a tremendous success, with over 15,000 attendees (Miami Event Video).

NACA will also have counselors available at this event to assist homeowners with an unaffordable mortgage payment or at risk of foreclosure, as well as tenants at risk of eviction. Doors will be open 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. each day. Attendees can register for the event at, and walk-ins are welcome.

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