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NACA offers home ownership to South Floridians with few strings attached

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A new home under construction is seen Wednesday, May 16, 2012, in Apopka, Fla. U.S. builders began work on more homes last month, evidence that the housing market is slowly healing.(AP Photo/John Raoux)

With South Florida rents the highest in the country,  many residents are begging for housing assistance.
Well, today the nation’s largest non-profit homeownership and advocacy organization is bringing its first-ever Economic Justice Expo to the Miami Beach Convention Center.

Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA) CEO Bruce Marks say he hopes to help thousands of South Floridians who need help buying a home.

The really good news is that through NACA, there is no down payment, no closing costs, no fees, no credit score check and a below-market fixed rate.

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The only thing the homeowner has to worry about is making mortgage payments. NACA has 20-billion in its pot. The Expo begins today and ends Sunday.

Click here for more information on the Economic Justice Expo at the Miami Beach Convention Center.