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The Arlington Bank. 2009 Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) Program Contact Brent at The Arlington Bank for more information. History of Federal MCC Program. Federal Government program established in 1984 MCC Program currently available Ohio 12.5 million in credits available

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The arlington bank

The Arlington Bank

2009 Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) Program

Contact Brent at The Arlington Bank for more information


History of federal mcc program
History of Federal MCC Program

  • Federal Government program established in 1984

  • MCC Program currently available Ohio

  • 12.5 million in credits available

  • The Arlington Bank is currently 1 of only 16 approved lenders in Ohio

    Contact Brent at The Arlington Bank for more information


What s new with mccs
What’s New with MCCs?

  • Mortgage interest credit

  • Annual tax credit rates:

    • (20%) Credit for non-target areas

    • (25%) Credit for target areas

    • (30%) Real estate owned (REO)

      purchases

  • Contact Brent at The Arlington Bank for more information


What s new with mccs1
What’s New with MCCs?

What is a Real Estate Owned (REO) Property?

An REO property is a single family property purchased from HUD, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, VA or USDA -RD, or from a financial institution that acquired the property through foreclosure.

  • Contact Brent at The Arlington Bank for more information


Current guidelines
Current Guidelines

Applicants Must:

  • Use The Arlington Bank

  • Qualify under the current First-Time Homebuyer Program guidelines

    Contact Brent at The Arlington Bank for more information


Current guidelines1
Current Guidelines

4 categories for Ownership status:

  • Actual First time home buyers

  • No ownership in a principal residence in past three years

  • Buying in a Target area

  • Veterans


Current guidelines2
Current Guidelines

  • Sale price of home

  • See County income limits here

  • Household Income

    • Both are higher in target areas

    • Limits vary by county


Current guidelines3
Current Guidelines

  • Acreage requirements:

    Acreage limits have changed and now follow the following guidelines:

    • 2 acre limit within a municipal corporation

    • 5 acre limit outside a municipal corporation


Current guidelines4
Current Guidelines

What is a Target Area?

And

Where are they?


Target area
Target Area

  • An economically distressed area as designated by HUD

  • Income and sales price limits are higher in target areas

  • Most counties contain both target and non-target areas

  • Do not have to be a first-time homebuyer


Interactive map of target areas
Interactive map of Target areas

  • The Arlington Bank can assist you by clicking here


Current guidelines5
Current Guidelines

  • Must use a fixed rate loan product

  • Must pay a $300 fee at loan closing

  • Homebuyer education is required and can be completed online and over the phone

  • Homebuyer can adjust their W4 for and receive more money in their paycheck every week!


Mcc exercise
MCC Exercise

  • If a borrower has a loan for a REO property for $100,000 at 6.5% with a mortgage payment of $632.07 on 360 month amortization, the first year interest would be $6,467.09. How much credit would the borrower be able to claim?


Answer
Answer

  • The borrower would receive a credit of $1940.12 for the tax return filed for that year


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