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Housing

Six Steps to a WHEDA Loan

Buying a home is one of the biggest, most exciting decisions you’ll ever make. Let WHEDA guide you toward your future home. WHEDA provides guidance on the six steps to becoming a homeowner: 1) manage your money; 2) find a WHEDA lender; 3) available mortgage programs; 4) home buyer education; 5) shop for your home; and 6) become a homeowner.

Top Benefits

  • Provides a Monthly Budget Worksheet to help you put your budget on paper.
  • Offers advice and resources to help you find a lender and a home.
  • Learn about the buying process, financing options, and being a responsible homeowner.
  • Offers additional tips and tools for WHEDA homeowners.

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