NACA in Houston, TX

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NACA
Address: 6201 Bonhomme Rd, Houston, TX 77036, USA
Phone: (713) 706-3400
Site:https://www.naca.com/
Time Work Monday: 08:30-17:30
Tuesday: 08:30-17:30
Wednesday: 08:30-17:30
Thursday: 08:30-17:30
Friday: 08:30-17:30
Saturday: close
Sunday: close


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Camellia May | 2016-06-25 01:44:42
NACA helped us buy our home in 2006. It was not a fast home buying experience but it was totally above board. We still recommend it to others. There is no rip off, they don't even charge for their services! Some people like to complain and run others away. NACA is a wonderful program.
Kizzie Pickens | 2017-02-16 22:02:51
Services were very proficient, you must have all information they request and they'll get the job done. Saved me thousands of dollars.
Brenda Alexander | 2017-04-05 01:45:23
3YRS.NO HELP A LOT OF TALK BUT NO HELP!!! THEY ENJOY TALKING TO EACH OTHER THAN HELP YOU, SCAM YOU THINK.
Kevin Fanning | 2016-12-28 05:30:36
I have been involved with 35+ single family home real estate transactions. My experience with NACA was a joke. I honored the contract when I was told that they pride themselves now on closing within 30 days. The buying agent made us believe he had an existing relationship with NACA and would fly right through it. I had to sign four extensions by the time it was over. The communication was ridiculous. With each extension, all parties involved on the buyer side would tell me it is done, or we are almost there, or we just need a few days to finalize. No one person would tell us what was happening. NACA did not have any kind of communication with the title company that they use, nor did they communicate whatsoever with us as the sellers. In this case, it was Chicago Title. People at the NACA offices would not answer phones or call back. They were extremely rude when cornered. However, it did get to the point we had to get rude ourselves just to get answers. If you enter into a contract with NACA, just make sure you are not counting on that to go through anytime soon. Be very careful if you are in a situation where you have another sale pending contingent upon the NACA contract. I highly recommend implementing an amount of cash per day for any extension along with added funds to the earnest money for a buyer’s protection. However, I did that, closed 15 days prior to writing this, and I have still not received all of my funds. The buyers brought a rather large cashier’s check to their closing to cover the $100/day extensions reflected in the contract. NACA held the check and said they would overnight it to me. We trusted that they could at least get that right. The check never showed up even after they sent the delivery slip. A week after it was supposedly shipped, I had to start trying to make contact. The check was still sitting at their office suggesting there was no real concern about it. Their excuse was… “They ran out of fed ex supplies”. That excuse blew my mind seeing is that it was a week later. In an entire business week, they couldn’t go buy supplies? This was IN THE CONTRACT. So the buyers got the keys, got their house, however I am still missing funds 15 days later. Everything they did and said throughout the process was obviously a lie or misleading. It truly was unbelievable. There is absolutely no accountability or any real concern on their part. In short, an NACA client may offer you a good deal and a good contract. Everyone will tell you what you want to hear, despite reviews, in order to make you trust it. Just take into consideration the delays and unprofessionalism when weighing options. I am reviewing this as a seller. From what I can see, the clients and buyers love the program…they are getting special treatment and deals they otherwise couldn’t get. They seem to be allowed to make whatever changes they want and cause delays without any communication or concern over the original contract. As a seller…be very careful and protect yourself. My next step will have to be a legal process to obtain the funds or take this property back, because I cannot get the additional funds owed.
Brigitte Perez | 2017-02-07 23:44:51
NACA is here to help YOU. Do not waste your time or theirs if you are not serious about purchasing a home that you can afford. It is a lot of work and takes time to prove and show financial stability and responsibility but if your goal/dream is to purchase your home then it is well worth the wait! Yes it's true, no down payment, no closing costs, and a below market interest rate. BUT you do have to have some funds that go towards your escrow/insurance/earnest money/ etc. They will counsel and advise you based on your income and current debt. I started last year because we wanted to take our time considering out lease is up this April 2017, well fast forward to today 02/07/17 we are now set to close on or before mid-march. Some might think it is too good to be true, or that it takes too much time.... but I am SO grateful because we will soon be homeowners!

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