Casper – May 25, 2015 – (RealEstateRama) — The Wyoming Community Development Authority (WCDA) presented awards to 14 mortgage lenders at the Wyoming Mortgage Lenders Association’s Annual Conference in Sheridan May 6 – 8. The awards went to individual loan originators or mortgage consultants throughout Wyoming who originated high quality WCDA loans over the last year.
Topping the list was WCDA’s Lender of the Year Award recipient Cory Kasten with Wallick & Volk in Cheyenne.
The WCDA also awarded Spruce Up Wyoming Awards to Brittany Sorenson with First Interstate Bank in Cheyenne, Brandon Douglas with First Interstate Bank in Cheyenne, Callie Drell with First Interstate Bank in Cheyenne, Kristy Williams with Wyoming Bank & Trust in Cheyenne, Kellie Cathcart with First Interstate Bank in Cheyenne, Cassie Wright with Security State Bank in Basin, Tanya Raile with Pinnacle Bank in Cody, Cindy Bradley with Wallick & Volk in Cheyenne, April Crump with First Federal Savings in Sheridan, Jana Stafford with Pinnacle Bank in Cody, and Savina Contratto with Wallick & Volk in Cheyenne. These awards are given to lenders who originated Spruce Up Wyoming loans in 2014. The WCDA’s Spruce Up Wyoming Loan Programs allow eligible first-time and non-first-time homebuyers as well as existing homeowners the ability to purchase-and-rehabilitate or refinance-and-rehabilitate homes.
The WCDA awarded Cindy Bradley with Wallick & Volk in Cheyenne as the Top Lender for the HFA Preferred Program. This award was given to the mortgage lender who originated the most HFA Preferred Loans during the past year.
The WCDA also awarded The Mortgage Source in Laramie as the top lending institution for the new Mortgage Credit Certificate (MCC) program. This award was given to the mortgage lender who originated the most MCC’s during the past year.
Congratulations to all award recipients during the 2015 Wyoming Mortgage Lenders Association Conference.
For more information, contact the WCDA at (307) 265-0603.
WCDA Communications Manager
smith (at) wyomingcda (dot) com
The WCDA was created in 1975 by state statute as an instrumentality of the State of Wyoming. It receives no state funding but instead brings private capital to Wyoming on the strength of federal tax benefits for investment into affordable homes and rental apartments.