Helping Customers Be Successful Homeowners
Our goal is not just to help our customers buy a home; it is to help them realize their dream of successful homeownership. We do this by continually evolving and improving the educational resources we provide as our customers make their borrowing decisions.
Over the past several years, this has included a wide variety of tools and programs to help customers:
Online Learning and Planning Center
An interactive site providing information, support, and tools for customers to help them explore and evaluate home financing options:
Video: A NeighborhoodLIFT program targets millions of dollars in extra aid to communities hit hardest by the housing downturn.
My FirstHomeSM Education Program
Free online learning program available on Wellsfargo.com — a modular interactive guide designed to help first-time or ready-again buyers to prepare themselves for purchasing a home and achieving sustainable homeownership.
My Home RoadmapSM Service
First-of-its-kind service for customers who have met with a Wells Fargo Home Mortgage Consultant and were either turned down for credit or elected not to apply at this time.
Going Above and Beyond for Our Communities
NeighborhoodLIFTSM and CityLIFTSM
Just two of the many things we’re doing to create sustainable homeownership are the NeighborhoodLIFTSM andCityLIFTSM programs. The programs are a collaboration between Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. and NeighborWorks America, an independent non-profit organization, and local non-profit organizations. The programs are designed to provide sustainable homeownership initiatives in cities deeply affected by the housing crisis. At NeighborhoodLIFTSM and CityLIFTSM events, which have already been offered in several communities across the country, we offer access to down payment assistance, home and renovation financing, and resources for prospective homeowners, such as homebuyer education sessions and tours of residential properties that are available for sale.
Targeting millions of dollars in extra aid to communities hit hardest by the housing downturn.
NeighborhoodLIFTSM and CityLiftSM are committed to supporting sustainable housing with over 5,000 new homeowners, through the end of December 2013, created through the down payment assistance program, homebuyer education and support programs, and grants for local initiatives in cities deeply affected by the housing crisis.
Las Vegas, NV
Los Angeles, CA
New York, NY