Wyoming Home Financing

Wyoming provides many home financing assistance programs through the Wyoming Community Development Authority (WCDA). WCDA administers the Mortgage Revenue Bond (MRB) Program to help first-time homebuyers with low and moderate incomes purchase a home within the state of Wyoming. WCDA mortgages are originated across the state by participating lenders. A WCDA mortgage offers qualifying homebuyers a below market interest rate loan and down payment assistance. The Down Payment Loan program places a second mortgage on the property of up to $13,000. Interest rates on this second mortgage may vary depending on the income of the homebuyer. Once homebuyers have determined whether or not to use the services provided by WHEDA, they still need to follow the following steps in financing their home:

1. Choose a lender or mortgage broker.
A lender actually makes the loan. A broker acts as a go-between for a buyer and a lender. Don’t hesitate to ask friends or associates for recommendations. Ask the lender or broker for references if you need more input.
2. Submit your records.
A lender will ask for your financial records, including pay stubs for the last 30 days and three months of bank statements. You may also have to answer tough questions about your financial history. Be prepared: gather your financial documents ahead of time.
3. Check interest rates.
Interest rates tend to fluctuate. Follow interest rate news and if rates are low, you may ask your lender to lock-in, or commit to that rate, that day. Just make sure the lock-in period includes the day you close on the house and doesn’t incur extra charges.
4. Choose a loan.
You may think you want a 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage, but an adjustable-rate mortgage may be more appropriate for your circumstances.

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Countrywide Home Loans

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