In Dallas, Texas, an unusual program is paving the way for increased home ownership. Nexbank, a very popular online banking institution is partnering with Dallas Neighborhood Homes, a provider of nonprofit mortgage services, in a project to help people get their own homes. Habitat for Humanity is also involved, and the goal is to offer 100 or more loans per year over the next several years for low-income families in the area.
Nexbank is planning to provide up to $50 million in the way of loans which will be utilized for the purpose of helping low-income homeowners get funding for new homes. Nexbank has also pledged to cover closing costs and title fees up to a limit of $2,000 for each individual loan.
The head of Habitat for Humanity, Mark Tribuna, said recently, “We are very grateful to Nextbank, as they are providing a great service to us and to our customers.” Tribuna went on to say that the need for medium and low range housing in the Dallas, Fort Worth areas is very large and that the joint effort is really going to pay off for the families, and the Dallas and Fort Worth communities in a big way.
The three pillars of financial security offered by Nexbank are Commercial Banking, Investment Banking, and Mortgage Banking. Of course, the mortgage department of Nexbank is what interests homeowners the most. With fair terms and aggressive wholesaling measures, Nexbank stands out in the banking community as one of the up and coming, and most popular banks.
The online department has made great strides in assisting clients to be handled effortlessly by customers who do not even have to go out of their house of office in order to transact their popular banking business online.
Nexbank is a rapidly growing and popular banking system with $3.5 billion in assets. Much of its business is online, yet it still has branch offices where people can bank the “old fashioned” way.
Providing commercial, mortgage and investment banking with great versatility and professionalism. This gives a “double world” effective way of approaching the problem of having to pick a perfect house. Simply use the part of the house in cold weather as it fits your lifestyle, and you cannot miss.