A recent article in the Housing section of the New York Times highlighted the low-down-payment option offered by Westerra Credit Union. The article provides a variety of information to readers about how to secure a mortgage without a large down payment. It notes that “Credit unions, which are owned by their members, may have their own low-down-payment mortgages or flexible policies that can help borrowers qualify for a loan.” It also specifically highlights Westerra, stating, “Westerra, a Denver-based credit union with similarly loose requirements, has a low-down-payment product for Colorado homes that requires just 3% down. Notably, it has no income cap.” While a brief mention, it is wonderful to see Westerra’s commitment to our members through our mortgage offerings featured in prominent, national publication. Read full article here.