Turning the Key to Homeownership
After living in a rental home for three and one-half years Holly McCance wanted more for her daughter, Destani and herself and that was a home of their own. Holly worked with a local Realtor to find a house that would meet her family’s needs.
Dana Point Development Corporation owns the rental home that Holly had been renting. They helped lead her to homeownership. Working with the non profit Building A Better Tomorrow, $4,421 for down payment assistance, closing costs and repairs were provided. Dana Point also led her to Rural Development for home loan assistance. With a USDA Rural Development direct loan, Holly gained the key to homeownership.
Her perfect home was found in Lexington, Nebraska, which was close to Holly’s work. Built in 1928, the home has some of the old time charm which Holly loves. The 1,560 square foot home is a two-story three bedrooms, one and one-half baths. Finally her daughter can have her own floor and bathroom. Holly loves the hardwood floors and all the cabinet space in the kitchen and the three car insulated garage. The spacious back yard offers her the opportunity to work on her green thumb.
||Obligation Amount||$89,000||Date of Obligation||May 2017||Congressional District||Smith-03||Senator's Last Names||Fischer and Sasse|