Anything is Possible: Adrianna and Rosy▸
Adrianna and Rosy came to Homewise in the spring of 2014. They had several friends who purchased their homes through Homewise, and decided it was time to check it out for themselves, and invest in a more permanent and stable future.
The Homewise ITIN Lending Program▸
Many of those in the immigrant population do not have a Social Security number and most have limited credit history. With most banks and mortgage lenders, this often disqualifies them from obtaining a mortgage loan.
Making a Better Life: Erika’s Story▸
When Erika came to the United States from Mexico she had one goal: to make a better life for herself and her daughter. It was difficult to leave her home in Mexico, but she believed a better life was within her reach.
Sometimes a Little Help is All You Need▸
Rafael is a cook in the hospital cafeteria and his wife Petrina is a homemaker. After many years of renting a mobile home, Rafael and Petrina believed that homeownership was simply out of their reach.
From House to Home: a Place to Share▸
Patrick knew from the time he was a teenager and first began to taste independence that someday he wanted to own a home of his own. From an early age, with the help of his parents, Patrick established good spending and saving habits.
A Garden of Her Own▸
Lynzie grew up in the North Valley of Albuquerque in a home right off the Rio Grande River. To her, home was more than just the house where she and her family lived, it was a place to explore the world from her own backyard.
Meet our 3,000th Homeowner▸
Like many people, Annette was tired of paying rent every month for a place that was never going to be hers. As a single mom, it was important to her to establish stability for herself and her two daughters.
Growing Up Near Grandma▸
Phillip and Michaela met at the University of New Mexico, where she was a business major and he was a star Lobos basketball player. They married soon after graduation and a year later, welcomed their first child.