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Move-In Ready Program
The NSP Move-In Ready Program offers buyers a newly remodeled foreclosed home in an established Phoenix neighborhood, which meets HUD Housing Quality Standards, offers energy-efficient features and enhanced curb appeal.
In addition, the Move-In Ready Program offers a $15,000 interest-free loan to assist with down payment and closing costs. This no monthly payment loan from the city is forgivable and declines over a 15-year timeframe. If the owner sells the home, refinances or no longer occupies the residence prior to 15 years, the remaining balance will be due.
Homes offered in the Move-In Ready Program are available for sale by NSP developer partners: FSL Real Estate Services, Mandalay Communities and Neighborhood Housing Services of Phoenix.
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To date, 294 homes have been sold through the Move-In Ready Program.
Newly Built 'Green' Homes plus $15,000 in Down Payment Assistance
Fourteen new, energy-efficient, solar-powered homes are being built in the Gordon Estates Subdivision in the South Mountain communty at 16th and Apollo streets, between Southern Avenue and Baseline Road. These homes meet or exceed the Gold rating standard for green design under the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB), ENERGY STAR v3, EPA WaterSense and Indoor Air Plus certification standards.
Three available floor plans, homes range from 1,650 to 1,990 square feet with prices starting in the $170s.
Green construction and energy-efficient features reduce your overall utility costs and carbon footprint. View the documents below for more information on the features included in these homes, as well as details on the homes' standards and certifications.
To learn more about homes at Gordon Estates, contact:
Claudia Schulz, Mandalay Communities
DOE Challenge Home Builder Award and Arizona Forward Environmental Excellence Award
U.S. Department of Energy Challenge Home 2013 Winner, Housing Innovation Awards Case
Arizona Republic news article: "Group honors ecological stewardship" - Oct. 26, 2013