The Hispanic National Mortgage Association (HNMA), San Diego, and Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, San Francisco, announced they have formed a retail joint venture that will offer traditional mortgage lending products and services and special resources to assist Hispanic and nontraditional customers seeking residential mortgage loans.
What does HNMA stand for?
HNMA stands for Hispanic National Mortgage Association (est. 2003)
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10 /PRNewswire/ -- The Hispanic National Mortgage Association (HNMA), a company focused on increasing homeownership opportunities within the Hispanic market, and Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, a division of Wells Fargo Bank and the nation's leading retail mortgage lender, jointly announced today that they have formed a retail joint venture that will offer traditional mortgage lending products and services, and special resources to assist Hispanic and non-traditional customers seeking residential mortgage loans.
Last year, the Bank acquired Chapel Funding, a mortgage originator, and entered into a joint venture with the Hispanic National Mortgage Association to provide loans to Hispanic and immigrant borrowers.