Get up to $1,000 off your mortgage loan closing costs1.
You’re on the front line risking your health and spending time away from your family. We want to show our appreciation by giving COVID-19 program-defined* HeroesFirst workers up to a $1,000 discount on closing costs when you get a home loan or refinance through NASB.1 You may be eligible for this discount if you work in the following fields:
- Healthcare and public health
- Law enforcement, public safety and other first responders
- Food and agriculture
- Public works and infrastructure
You have enough to worry about. Let our expert loan specialists help get you into your dream home with a stress-free mortgage loan. We'll provide the guidance and genuine service to match you with the right loan for your specific needs.
Your new home or mortgage savings starts here.
Just fill out the form below and one of our expert loan specialists will get back with you with your discount details!
1This offer is non-transferable. Credit is eligible to *HeroesFirst workers.*HeroesFirst workers, for this program, are defined as critical infrastructure workers as described below in alignment with federal guidance offered by Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (‘CISA’) as a portion of those jobs providing an essential good or service that have helped keep the economy running during the COVID-19 pandemic. This discount is applicable to both active and retired individuals that qualify as a *HeroesFirst worker and is valid on a new FHA, VA or Conventional conforming loan as long as the application was received on or after October 29, 2020. A credit equal to .25% of the loan amount up to $1,000 will be provided as a lender credit towards closing costs with a minimum of $500 being credited toward closing costs of all eligible customers. Not redeemable for cash. The loan must close with NASB in order to receive the credit. Credit may not exceed the amount of actual closing costs on the transaction and may not be combined with any other NASB offer. This offer is subject to change or be discontinued at any time, without prior notice.
HEALTHCARE / PUBLIC HEALTH-Healthcare providers including but not limited to physicians, dentists, psychologists, nurses, pharmacists, therapists, social workers, optometrists, home care workers, long-term healthcare and nursing home facility workers, lab technicians and emergency healthcare personnel.
LAW ENFORCEMENT, PUBLIC SAFETY, AND OTHER FIRST RESPONDERS - Public, private, and voluntary personnel in emergency management, law enforcement, fire and rescue services, all branches of the military and national guard, emergency medical services (EMS), and security.
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE - Workers enabling the sale of human food, animal food, pet supply, and beverage products at groceries, pharmacies, convenience stores, and other retail including support necessary for on-line orders, pickup, and delivery. This can include restaurant and quick-serve food operations, including food prep centers, carryout, and delivery food workers, food manufacturer workers, farmers, farm and ranch workers, and agribusiness support services.
TRANSPORTATION - Workers supporting or enabling transportation and logistics functions, including truck drivers, bus drivers, dispatchers, maintenance and repair technicians, warehouse workers, third party logicians, truck stop and rest area workers, driver training and education centers, Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) workers, enrollment agents for federal transportation worker vetting programs, towing and recovery services, and roadside assistance workers.
PUBLIC WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE – Workers supporting construction, maintenance and rehabilitation of critical infrastructure and residential housing, plumbers, electricians, exterminators, builders, HVAC technicians, janitorial personnel, service technicians and waste-removal workers.
EDUCATION – Workers supporting the education of youth (pre-kindergarten through college) including teachers, aids, and other school support staff.