Getting Started

There are numerous affordable programs for first-time homebuyers or second-time buyers–including those with low down payment plans or 100% financing.

We recommend starting with these simple steps:

1. Get Your Preapproval HERE

It’s a good idea to get organized ahead of time. You’ll need to gather the following information*:

  • Most recent month’s pay stub(s)
  • Most recent two years’ W-2s
  • Two months’ recent bank statements (all pages)
  • If self-employed or commissioned, year-to-date Profit & Loss and Balance Sheets, and most recent two years’ tax returns

Preapproval is not a commitment to lend and is subject to satisfactory loan conditions including a completed application and property appraisal. Other terms and restrictions apply. Not all products available.

*Depending on your personal circumstances, more or less information may be required.

2. Consider Our Secret Sauce and Your Secret Weapon

Our Security Plus Seller Guarantee™ may be just the “winning ticket” you need when competing with multiple buyers for homes. If you qualify, we provide a fully-approved loan amount and guarantee it or we pay your seller $1,000.* So you shop with confidence and also feel a little joyful as you show sellers your guaranteed status.

*Applies to purchase loans only. To qualify, buyer’s Security Plus Approval/Seller Guarantee Addendum must have been issued by Evergreen and the Seller shall have executed the addendum with their signature at the time they execute the Purchase And Sale Agreement on subject property. Certain loan types do not qualify for this offer. Restrictions apply. Ask for details.

Security Plus Addendum

3. Work with a Real Estate Professional

A real estate professional can help you find homes you can afford while helping you prioritize all those must-have features that make it your home – a kitchen with granite counter tops, a large patio in the yard with a swing, a playroom as you expand your family. If you need help in finding a qualified professional, just ask us. We’re happy to provide recommendations.

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