Your Home Is Your Financial Base. Lay a Foundation for Wealth Building. Come to Wells Fargo for Your Home Mortgage or Home Equity Loan: As the Nation's Leading Home Mortgage Lender to African Americans, * Wells Fargo Helps Families Reach Their Goals with Home Ownership and Smart Management of Their Home Asset

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Your Home Is Your Financial Base. Lay a Foundation for Wealth Building. Come to Wells Fargo for Your Home Mortgage or Home Equity Loan: As the Nation's Leading Home Mortgage Lender to African Americans, * Wells Fargo Helps Families Reach Their Goals with Home Ownership and Smart Management of Their Home Asset


Every home is different. Every family is unique. That's why our home mortgage consultants and personal bankers will recommend a home mortgage or equity loan that's particularly right for you.

We have a variety of loans with features and benefits that range from simple to sophisticated financial plans.

But whichever home financing plan you choose, trust that all of our loans have competitive rates, flexible terms and affordable payment options.

Wells Fargo can help you turn home ownership into a foundation for wealth building. And if you already have a home that has built up equity, then we can construct a plan to turn your home into a working asset. And your home is your financial base. So, let's talk. Please join us at a Wells Fargo Wealth Building Strategies Seminar near you. Together, we can determine the home financial plan that's right for you.

Helping First-Time Home Buyers

When Tracy Allen contacted Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, the nation's leading retail mortgage lender, she had no idea she could purchase a home with no money down. Like most renters, she thought she was years away from owning a home. But, that didn't stop her from researching her options. She explained her financial situation to Ken Beckles, a Boston Wells Fargo Home Mortgage branch manager, and together they embarked on the road to home ownership." Ken educated me about the home-buying process. He was wonderful."

Educating the home buyer is key to helping consumers understand the various mortgage options available to them. Ken explained the products and services within Wells Fargo's National Homeownership Program[SM] such as the Wells Fargo no-money-down loan program that allows customers to finance 100% of the cost of the home. Individuals with credit concerns or who have not accumulated savings for a down payment can learn more about Wells Fargo's flexible programs and loans. All first-time home buyers are encouraged to read our Homeownership Guides, speak with a mortgage consultant and attend our home buyer's seminar.

The no-money-down mortgage feature was the right strategy to help Tracy purchase a late-1800s, two-unit home for $192,000. She was only required to pay closing costs, which were approximately $1,000. Ken helped Tracy go from renting to owning rental property. Now, she uses her rental income to supplement her mortgage.

Helping Homeowners Renovate Homes

When Michelle Jones Boxley first saw her three-bedroom, 1940s row house, she realized she found a diamond in the rough. Like many older homes in the Washington, D. …

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