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Whether you’re buying your first home and need a reliable Down Payment Assistance Program, or investing in a multimillion dollar second home and considering a mortgage for cash flow – you’ve come to the right place.

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Mountain West Financial has designed a exclusive program to benefit those that serve our local communities. CalPATH & PATH are programs available exclusively to our clients, to learn more, click here. It's our way of saying "Thank You." Visit the CalPATH & PATH Home Loan Program page to learn more!

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Reasons To Refinance (What You Want To Know Wednesdays)
A mortgage will generally be the most debt that you carry and have to manage. It is a good idea to give it a yearly check up. You can also take a look and see if refinancing would benefit you. Some reasons to refinance are: Mortgage rates drop – Mortgage rates are always changing. Lower...
Borrowing Against 401(k) to Purchase a Home: Financial “Do”, or “Don’t”?
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How to Calculate Your Debt-to-Income Ratio
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