Attn: ELK LAKE SCHOOL DISTRICT & SCCTC EMPLOYEES

Dec 1, 2022

Are you planning to buy a new home in the near future?  Well, we are pleased to announce that ELK LAKE SCHOOL DISTRICT & SCCTC EMPLOYEES has created a new partnership with My City Mortgage that can HELP YOU save money and time when you’re ready to buy. The Homeowner Assistance Program was designed by My City Mortgage and its industry partners to collectively reduce closing costs for home buying. Depending on the circumstance, the credits and reduced closing costs can save you thousands of dollars!

Here’s how it works…

Buying a home is a huge commitment and the My City Mortgage team is here to guide you through every step. If you are in the market to purchase a new home, we are here to help that process go smoothly. Our Home Loan Experts are available to answer all your mortgage questions and can customize options for your unique needs.

Example of Homebuyer Benefit

Home Purchase Price $350,000
Standard Realtor Commission (Buyer Side 3%) $10,500
My City Mortgage – Lender Credit $500
Homebuyer Assistance (20% Of Realtor Commission) $2100
Total Homebuyer Benefit @ Closing $2600

(Ask about additional discounts from our other partners. Varies from State to State.)

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