First Time Home Buyers: Save on closing costs
Receive one-half (0.50) point off your loan origination points with automatic monthly mortgage payments from an ASB personal checking account for first time home purchases.1
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- The mortgage discount offer (offer) is applicable for home purchase transactions financed through American Savings Bank (ASB) residential mortgage programs. Promotion is not applicable for brokered out loans or Veterans Affairs Loans. Offer good only with a completed loan application submitted to ASB and for a loan locked through 3/31/2023 and closed/funded by ASB by 4/30/2023. Offer is subject to automatic monthly mortgage payments from a new or existing ASB personal checking account for this offer of one-half (0.50) point off loan origination points. The ASB checking account number with the intent to establish automatic monthly mortgage payments must be provided prior to final approval of the loan by ASB. The establishment of automatic payments must be signed at mortgage closing. If the borrower opts out of automatic payments or the ASB checking account is not established at loan closing, this promotion will not apply. See the Personal Deposit Account Terms and Conditions for other terms, conditions and fees for Kalo Checking accounts. This offer cannot be combined with any other promotional discounts, long-term rate lock specials, or new project financing rates unless otherwise specified, and is limited to one promotion per loan. This offer is subject to change or discontinuation without notice. Offer good for 1-4 unit single-family dwellings, condotels, and condos. The financed residential property must be owner-occupied. For the purpose of this promotion, an individual is to be considered a first time home buyer if he or she (1) is purchasing the security property; (2) will reside in the security property as a principal residence; and (3) had no ownership interest (sole or joint) in a residential property during the three-year period preceding the date of the purchase of the security property. In addition, an individual who is a displaced homemaker or single parent also will be considered a first time home buyer if he or she had no ownership interest in a principal residence (other than a joint ownership interest with a spouse) during the preceding three year time period. (Source: Fannie Mae). Applicant(s) is/are subject to loan qualification, underwriting guidelines, and credit policy of ASB. Offer valid for Hawaii properties only. Certain terms and restrictions apply. For more information, please contact an ASB Residential Loan Officer.