Southern Nevada lenders honored by Nevada Housing Division


Teri Williams
Public Information Officer
(702) 486-0407


Las Vegas, NV - October 25, 2016

Southern Nevada lenders honored by Nevada Housing Division


Las Vegas, NV- The Nevada Housing Division (NHD) honored Southern Nevada loan officers and lenders in seven categories at a special luncheon held at the Spring Preserve on October 20.


The honorees included:

    2016 Fannie Mae MVP: Pierre La Pres, Cornerstone Home Lending 

    2016 Homeownership for Heroes: Freedom Mortgage

    2016 Home is Possible MVP: Becca Green, Guild Mortgage

    2016 Home is Possible Hall of Fame: Scott Reynolds, Evergreen Moneysource Mortgage Co.

    2016 Home is Possible MVL (Most Valuable Lender): Guild Mortgage (Presented by US Bank and NHD)

    2016 Home is Possible MVL: Security National Mortgage Company (Presented by US Bank and NHD)

    2016 Home is Possible MVL: Supreme Lending (Presented by: US Bank and NHD)


The lenders were honored for their participation in the NHD Home Is Possible program, which provides a non-repayable down payment grant of up to five percent for Nevada families with a household income of less than $95,500 and a minimum credit score of 640, purchasing a home for less than $400,000. The buyer must meet standard underwriting requirements, complete a homebuyer education course and live in the home as a primary residence. Information about the Home Is Possible program can be found at

About the Nevada Housing Division

Our mission is to provide affordable housing opportunities and improve the quality of life for Nevada residents. Nevada Housing Division (NHD), a division of the State of Nevada Department of Business and Industry, was created by the Nevada State Legislature in 1975. NHD is committed to making Nevada a better place to live and work. We connect Nevadans with homes by providing financing to developers to build affordable apartment homes, by providing innovative mortgage solutions, and by making more homes energy efficient, thereby lowering utility expenses. To learn more, visit