3-2-1 Home | Low down payment loan for first-time homebuyers

3-2-1 Home loan program

Ready? Set? Go with 3-2-1 Home

Saving for a down payment is often the biggest barrier to buying a home–but it doesn’t have to be. Guild’s exclusive 3-2-1 Home program offers help to first-time homebuyers who need a boost.

3-2-1 Project at Home Depot

The 3-2-1 Home program is as easy as 1-2-3

  • You bring a 3% down payment
  • We give you a $2,000 The Home Depot® Gift Card
  • We gift you a $1,500 grant toward closing

 

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Benefits and advantages:

Aside from the lower down payment and funds that you receive, it gets even better

  • Use gift funds – If you’re newly married and received monetary wedding gifts, you can use them toward your 3% down payment
  • Consider fixer uppers – Maybe you’ve found the perfect location, but the home needs a little work. The $2,000 The Home Depot® Gift Card means that you’ll have extra funds to make it your own

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Eligibility and requirements are as follows*:

  • First-time homebuyers only*
  • Must fall within income limits or live in a low-income area**
  • Credit score as low as 620
  • Maximum loan limits of $484,350***
  • Homebuyer education required

Guild Mortgage is not affiliated with The Home Depot. The Home Depot is not a sponsor of this promotion. The Home Depot is a registered trademark of Home Depot Product Authority, LLC. All rights reserved.

*At least one buyer must be considered a first-time homebuyer, which is defined as not having any property ownership for the most recent three years. Borrower must also meet other first-time homebuyer qualifications.
**Payment subject to maximum allowable lender credit and minimum contribution requirements. Some loans require a minimum cash investment by the borrower, which may limit the amount of any lender credits or payments by Guild under the offer.
***Conforming loan limit in Alaska and Hawaii is $726,525.

All loans subject to underwriter approval; terms and conditions may apply. Subject to change without notice. Always consult an accountant or tax advisor for full eligibility requirements on tax deduction.

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