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Because everyone deserves the opportunity to achieve home ownership.
The Good Neighbor Programs help promote home ownership in the under-served areas of the Kansas City community.1
The Good Neighbor Loan Program is available for properties located in low-to-moderate income census tracts in the following counties: (Missouri): Buchanan, Cass, Clay, Jackson, Lafayette, Platte. (Kansas): Johnson, Wyandotte. This program is also available for properties in the above-listed counties, regardless of the census tract of the property, if the applicant’s household income does not exceed 80% of the median income level for the MSA (Metropolitan Statistical Area). This program includes no NASB lender fees, plus a lender credit for closing cost assistance.
The Good Neighbor Discount Program is available for customers not utilizing NASB’s Good Neighbor Loan. This program is available on properties located in low-to-moderate income census tracts of the following counties: (Missouri): Buchanan, Cass, Clay, Jackson, Lafayette, Platte. (Kansas): Johnson, Wyandotte. The Good Neighbor Discount Program applies the same benefits as the Good Neighbor Loan Program.