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Get $700 Back* When You Buy or Refinance Your Home

Now is the perfect time to buy a home or refinance the one you already own. When you do, we’ll add a $700 rebate to your savings account. Plus, you’ll be getting one of the best home loans out there, including:
  • Lower down payments
  • The option to pay fewer points
  • Wide array of programs and financing options to meet your needs
  • Expert advice and online tools with our HomeAdvantage™ program.

Call our Mortgage Loan Originator, Mark Isquith (NMLS# 927163) at 202.974.3453 ext. 5598 or stop by our Columbia Plaza office at 506 23rd Street, NW, Washington, DC today!


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Get a $750** credit at closing with PAHO/WHO FCU First Time Home Buyer Program. Plus, you only need a 3% down payment and we’ll waive the PMI (Private Mortgage Insurance) requirements.

*For qualifying members with approved credit. Members who finance a new home will receive the $700 cash back rebate 24 hours after settlement. Members who refinance their homes will receive the rebate once the three-day rescission period has been fulfilled. Three-day rescission period definition: a right of rescission is a right under American federal law set forth by the Truth in Lending Act (TILA) that gives a borrower the right to cancel a mortgage refinance loan with a lender. Applications must be received by November 30, 2018 to qualify for the promotion. Current PAHO/WHO FCU loans are not eligible for the rebate. Mortgage loans only available on properties titled in the U.S Equal Housing Lender. **$750 lender credit applied towards closing costs on the date of settlement. Maximum loan amount to be borrowed cannot exceed $500,000.