Big changes start at home
At BBVA, we are making strides to be more sustainable and encouraging our customers to do the same. We’re committed to sustainable housing initiatives that can save you money in the long run, provide healthier living conditions and positively impact our environment.
That’s why we’re offering a closing cost discount up to $400 for energy efficient home purchases and refinances.
How does it work?
- Ensure your home has received one of the approved sustainability certificates (ask a BBVA Mortgage Banking Officer for additional details).
- Before final approval, provide the approved sustainability certificate to your Mortgage Banking Officer.
- Once the certificate is verified, the closing cost discount will be applied.
This closing cost incentive can be used for any BBVA mortgage. Check out your options below.
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All loans subject to program eligibility, collateral and underwriting requirements, and approvals, including credit approval.
Closing Cost Discount: The closing cost discount offer is available only to applicants who provide an eligible sustainability certificate before closing. The offered discount is variable and may be up to a maximum of $400. The closing cost discount can be applied to the purchase or refinance of 1-4 unit homes used as primary residences, second homes, or investment properties, and it will offset eligible closing costs. In purchase transactions, the closing cost discount cannot be used to offset fees that are already designated to be paid by the seller or other party in accordance with the sales contract. If total eligible closing costs are less than the total amount of lender credits, we will apply the excess credits to reduce principal. The offered discount is subject to program limitations, agency guidelines, minimum investment requirements, and other restrictions. Mortgage program and loan-to-value guidelines may require minimum closing cost contribution from borrower’s own funds. All loans subject to program eligibility, collateral and underwriting requirements and approval, including credit approval. Not available in all states. This closing cost discount offer is subject to change without notice and cannot be combined with any other campaign offers.
Sustainability Certificates: Sustainability certificates must be provided by an approved home energy rater or organization indicating the property is a high-performing, energy-efficient property. Please ask your mortgage banking officer for a list of eligible certifications.
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