We started the process in the spring of 2016 by attending a seminar, and choice to meet with a counselor several months later in order to get our affairs in check. The process is extremely long and tedious.
I have read some of the reviews, and in my opinion; once you meet with your counselor bring all of your requested documents on the first day. Some counselors are more experienced than others and will allow you to fax missing documents. I advise all to deliver their missing documents in person to ensure the integrity of the process. Your counselor sees on average five to six families a day for about 2 1/2 - 3 hours.
He/she is very busy. Once you become NACA qualified, finding a house then falls into your hands at your pace.
We became NACA qualified in January of 2017 and closed on our house in February. Great program, however, you must be discipline and stay focused.
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