Gain valuable insight into the first-time home-buying process.

If you’re new to the home-buying process like Shavez and Rosa were, you’ve probably got a lot of questions. Figuring out how much you can afford and how to choose a mortgage lender can be overwhelming. Through their first-time home buyer process with U.S. Bank, they worked closely with their mortgage loan officer to get answers to their questions and guidance through the mortgage process. Our mortgage loan officers are a great resource for helping you understand your options.

Knowing what to expect during the first-time home-buying experience can make it easier to navigate. The more prepared you are, the better off you’ll be. So, dig into first-time home buyer articles, use our calculators to see how much you might be able to afford and enlist the help of an experienced mortgage loan officer. All of these resources will bring you closer to becoming a happy homeowner.


Take the next step in your home-buying journey.

Getting prequalified is a simple way to ease into the process. If you’ve already found a home you love, start your application.

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