Housing Academy

Participating Lenders

  1st Security Bank
  Academy Mortgage
  Alaska USA Mortgage
  American Pacific Mortgage
  Axia Financial
  Bank of America
  Banner Bank
  Bay Equity Home Loans
  Chase Bank
  City First Mortgage Services
  Cobalt Mortgage
  Cornerstone Home Lending
  Desert Canyon Mortgage
  DHI Mortgage
  Directors Mortgage
  Eagle Home Mortgage
  Envoy Mortgage
  Evergreen Home Loans
  Fairway Independent Mortgage
  Guaranteed Rate
  Guild Mortgage
  HomeStreet Bank
  iServe Residential Lending
  Landmark Professional 

  LeaderOne Financial
  M & T Mortgage

  Mid America Mortgage

  Mortgage Advisory Group
  Mortgage Master Service Corp
  Mortgage Research Center
  Mountain West Bank
  Network Funding
  Network Mortgage Services
  Pacific Residential Mortgage
  Pinnacle Capital Mortgage
  Primary Residential Mortgage
  Prime Lending
  Prospect Mortgage
  Pulte Mortgage
  Republic Mortgage
  RPM Mortgage
  SecurityNational Mortgage
  Sierra Pacific Mortgage
  Sterling Bank
  Summit Funding, Inc.
  Summit Mortgage Corporation
  Umpqua Bank
  Universal American Mortgage
  Wallick & Volk
  Wells Fargo Home Mortgage
  Westar Mortgage Corporation
  Whidbey Island Bank
  WJ Bradley

MCC Tax Credit

Here is a list of participating lending institutions that offer the MCC tax credit.  Washington Housing Association has preferred loan officers that can help you as well.  If you need help acquiring information on the MCC tax credit program, or help choosing the lender that can assist you in applying for the MCC tax credit, email us at: askus@washingtonhousingassociation.org 

Now, more than ever, it's now critical to attend our free home buyer educational course! With today's real estate market offering so many paths to ownership, many of us get lost in the process; only to find out later that we could have saved a lot of time, money and grief.

Is this the first time you have heard of this tax credit?  The MCC tax credit is just another example of homebuyers

not being informed of their options.  You should ask

your lender how you can apply and take 

advantage of this tax credit!