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USDA Highlights Top Housing Partner Lenders in Michigan

Alec Lloyd
East Lansing
Release Date

U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development State Director for Michigan Brandon Fewins today announced the top partner lenders in Michigan through the Single Family Housing Guaranteed Loan Program as part of National Homeownership Month.

“Our partner lenders are doing a terrific job of helping rural Michigan residents find a home of their own,” said Fewins.  “Together we are helping people build generational wealth and achieve the American Dream of homeownership.”

Michigan’s top five partner lenders are: Amerifirst Home Mortgage, Mortgage 1, Mortgage300 Corp., Union Home Mortgage Corp., and Preston Home Loans, Inc.

In Fiscal Year 2022, USDA in Michigan invested more than $393.7 million to help 2,649 families and individuals buy a home.

In addition, USDA works to increase access to affordable multifamily rental housing opportunities in rural America. The Department is currently helping nearly 308,000 households afford to pay their rent through rental assistance. This assistance ensures low-income and elderly tenants pay no more than 30% of their income in housing costs. For more information, visit Multifamily Housing Programs | Rural Development (usda.gov) 

USDA is also highlighting ways it is working with lenders and community partners to open the door to homeownership for rural Americans who have been unserved or underserved for far too long. USDA is hosting events across the nation to showcase affordable housing programs for lenders, community partners, families and individuals. USDA’s single family housing programs are:

Visit the Single Family Housing program webpage or contact a Rural Development State Office to learn more about USDA homeownership programs near you.