Welcome to the home of bonus money. Here, you’ll meet our super amazing, gravity-defying homebuyer programs that offer opportunity, savings and yes, bonus money to low and middle income Nevadans. If you meet the income limits, credit score minimums and house price maximums, you’ll be well on your way to taking advantage of our homebuyer-friendly programs.

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If your family’s annual income is $98,500 or less, and the home you want to buy costs less than $484,350

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Our homebuying programs have helped thousands of Nevadans discover the sweetness of homeownership.

Top real estate agents in Nevada get qualified for Home is Possible program

As a real estate professional, you have a passion for matching people and homes. Similarly, we love helping people buy and sell their homes.

Nevada down payment assistance programs - Home is Possible

Home Is Possible™ offers thousands in bonus money to help with a down payment or closing costs.

Home Is Possible For Heroes™ helps veterans be at home with a below-market interest rate.

Nevada down payment assistance for teachers - Home is Possible

Home Is Possible For Teachers™ gives K-12 teachers in Nevada $7,500 in bonus money for a down payment or closing costs plus a below-market interest rate—for a limited time.

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Addicted Realty
3320 N. Buffalo Dr., Suite 208 Las Vegas, Nevada 89129
Aug27
Downtown Summerlin Office
1980 Festival Plaza Suite 850
Sep26
Nevada State Business Center
3300 W. Sahara Ave., Ste 440 Red Rock Room
Las Vegas, Nevada 89102

 

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There are many housing benefits for veterans, active duty military and surviving spouses, but they can be confusing to decipher. Here’s an overview to get you moving in the right direction.

If purchasing a home is on your life’s to-do list, you’ll want to check out the Home Is Possible programs to see if one of them can help you check that item off!

If you put less than 20% down on your home, you’re likely paying extra money each month for Private Mortgage Insurance (PMI). Learn what PMI is and how you might be able to get it out of your life (and your bills).