Double your down payment!
Get into the home you really want, with Unison HomeBuyer. This innovative equity sharing program can double a homebuyer’s down payment – regardless of income.

Unison HomeBuyer is not a grant or a loan. There’s no interest or monthly payments*. And unlike traditional down payment assistance programs, there are no income limits.

Unison HomeBuyer helps you …

  • Lower your monthly payments by 15-20% or more
  • Bring a strong 20% down payment in competitive markets
  • Avoid Private Mortgage Insurance
  • Lower your loan amount

How Unison HomeBuyer works

As a partner in the home purchase, Unison shares in a portion of the appreciation or depreciation when you sell**.  You can also buy Unison out after three years.

Planning on making some upgrades once you move in? Those improvements are excluded from the home appreciation price, so you benefit fully from any work you put into your home.

Most properties are eligible and the HomeBridge team is here to help you prequalify the perfect home for you.

To learn more contact your HomeBridge Mortgage Loan Originator or visit www.unison.com.

The Unison HomeBuyer program is not available in all states. *Unison will record a second lien behind the lender’s first lien.   **If the property is sold in the first three (3) years, Unison does not share in any decrease in value.

©2018 Unison Agreement Corp. All rights reserved. Real Estate Equity Exchange, Inc., dba Unison Home Ownership Investors, offers Unison HomeBuyer Agreements exclusively through Unison Agreement Corp. and its affiliate (“Unison”). This informational flyer provides a general introduction for real estate professionals to the Unison HomeBuyer equity investment program (“Unison HomeBuyer”). Actual down payment funding terms offered under Unison HomeBuyer are subject to credit and property approval. A consumer transaction fee of 2.5% is payable to Unison at closing. Other restrictions may apply. AZ DRE #CO670710000, CA BRE License #2012710, CT REB License #0791352, DC REC License #C098374562, IL DFPR License #478026863, MA BR License #422177, MD REC License #6027, NJ REC License #1649879, NY DL License #10991223540, OR REA License #201219728, PA REC License #RBR002699, VA REB License #0226-025731, WA DL License #19288. Unison is an independent investor and is not affiliated with any bank or lender. About Unison San Francisco-based Unison is a home ownership investment company that partners with individual buyers, enabling them to buy the home they really want. Unison has achieved national recognition in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes and the San Francisco Chronicle. LR 2018-217

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