Zero Down Home Loan Program

NASB's Zero Down Home Loan Program can help residents of Kansas or Missouri get started on the loan process without a down payment.

Available for Borrowers with a Credit Score of 680+

Jun 21, 2019, 10:54 AM

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Making your dream home easier than ever.

With this program, we could get you into your home with no down payment.* That means you can put any savings toward making your new house a home. We keep our rates competitive, and with no first-time home buyer or maximum income restrictions, we're helping you make your dream a reality.

Our Zero Down Home Loan Program makes buying a home easier than ever with:

  • Competitive Conforming Fixed Rates
    We keep our rates competitive so you get as good as deal as possible.
  • No First-Time Homebuyer or Maximum Income Restrictions
    Don't let your dream home be anything but that. With no first-time Homebuyer or Maximum Income Restrictions, we're helping you make your dream a reality.
  • Available on Home Purchases in Kansas and Missouri Only
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*Available on owner-occupied home purchases in Kansas and Missouri only. The borrower must invest 1% of the purchase price into the transaction, which may include loan closing costs &/or prepaid taxes/insurance. Two months reserves of the monthly payment, insurance, taxes, and mortgage insurance is required. Gift funds from an acceptable source are allowed to cover the 1% borrower investment and reserves. Other guidelines and restrictions apply.