First-Time Homebuyer Rebate

First-Time Homebuyer Rebate

We'll help you get off on the right financial foot. 

We're giving first-time homebuyers $500!

Purchasing your first home is an exciting milestone on your financial journey. We also know that it can be an expensive one. That's why we're helping first-time homebuyers get on the right financial foot and build a nest egg with a $500 rebate1 deposited directly to an Affinity savings account.

How It Works

  1. Get your mortgage through Affinity. Get started online or by contacting a Mortgage Loan Officer.
  2. Set up automatic payments from an Affinity checking account.
  3. Receive $500 deposited to your Affinity savings account when you close on your new home.

It's that simple. Get pre-qualified online or contact a Mortgage Loan Officer who can find the right mortgage solution for you—all with no lender fees, competitive rates, and step-by-step guidance every step of the way.

Get Pre-Approved

All home lending products are subject to program eligibility, collateral requirements, and credit review and approval. 

1. $500 cash bonus/reward offer is available to first-time home buyers only when you complete the required qualifying criteria. You are considered a first-time home buyer if you have never owned a home or if you have not been an owner in a primary residence for at least three years leading up to your purchase. To qualify you must 1) Open or already have an Affinity checking account and an Affnity savings account; and 2) Enroll in autopay for your mortgage payments to be automatically deducted from your Affinity checking account. This $500 bonus/reward cannot be used to pay any costs related to your Affinity mortgage loan and will be deposited into your new or existing savings account within 30 days after your mortgage loan closes and is funded. Learn more about our checking account and savings account options, terms, and conditions. Affinity may issue you a form 1099-MISC, or other appropriate forms reporting the value of the cash reward/bonus. This offer is subject to termination at any time without notice.