Need a Mortgage? We’re your Lender.
Buying a home is a big step, whether it's your first purchase or an upgrade. As your trusted lender, WSECU is here to provide you with expert assistance to help you select the mortgage that best suits your needs and to ensure every base is covered.
We offer a comprehensive mortgage program to guide you through the process. This program includes:
We suggest starting with a no-obligation consultation with one of our Home Loan Consultants, all of whom are experts in their field. Take a few minutes to review their biographies to learn more about them and to determine which one is best for you. You'll find them in WSECU branches across the state and they can also be reached at the phone numbers listed with their biographies.
Come to your trusted source for personal service and the right mortgage. Come to WSECU and begin your home buying journey today.
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Facing Financial Challenges?
At WSECU, we are always willing to discuss options with eligible members facing challenging financial times. WSECU mortgage experts are staying updated on emerging Making Home Affordable (MHA) guidelines. Keep track of the latest news on WSECU's MHA information page. If you have urgent questions, call our Contact Center directly at 800.562.0999 and our staff will put in you touch with a home loan professional.
Warning About Mortgage Modification Companies
It has recently come to our attention that some of our members have been subjected to fraud by doing business with mortgage modification companies that offer services to prevent foreclosures. If you have foreclosure issues, we recommend that you not do business with these companies — learn more about them here. There are other legitimate resources available, including your credit union. As your trusted adviser, WSECU is here to help and we can work with you to find a solution.
Additional Contacts and Options
If you find yourself unable to afford your mortgage payments and want to avoid foreclosure, there are many options that may be available to you. You may contact the Department of Financial Institutions, the office of Housing and Urban Development, the Washington State Bar Association or the statewide civil legal aid hotline for possible assistance or referrals.
Washington's Department of Financial Institutions (DFI) will help you find a certified housing counseling agency. You can reach them by calling 877.894.4663. DFI can also be reached at 877.746.4334.
The office of Housing and Urban Development will also help you find a certified housing counseling agency. That office can be reached at 800.569.4287.
The civil legal aid hotline is 888.201.1014 (outside King County) or 800-621-4636 (within King County).