To become a participating lender, there is a three-part process. 

First, you must be approved to do business with US Bank, who is acting as the Program’s Master Servicer. If you are not already doing business with US Bank, you will need to complete the US Bank Participating Lender Application and the Participating Lender Agreement.

The second part of the process is to complete a Lender Agreement and the 2017 Lender Addendum with the Industrial Development Authorities. 

Thirdly, please also complete the Contact Sheet for your entity. 

Click here to email the Lender Agreement and 2017 Lender Addendum in pdf format.

Return original documentation with signature pages to:

Michael A. Slania
IDA of Pima County
c/o Russo, Russo & Slania, P.C.
6700 N. Oracle Road, Suite 100
Tucson, Arizona 85704

The following PDF documents provide a summary of the Pima Tucson Homebuyer's Solution Program.

Program Summary
US Bank Participating Lender Application
Participating Lender Agreement


US Bank Home Mortgage and eHousing offer training for lenders and lending professionals who seek to learn how to originate loans in the Pima Tucson Homebuyer's Solution Program.

Lenders must be approved by US Bank and have executed a US Bank Participating Lender Agreement.

Lender training information can be found at the eHousingPlus website. To set up individualized webinar training, please contact Sue Denihan, eHousing, at 813‐415-3549, or sue@ehousing.cc.


Borrower selects the type of loan and amount of DPA he/she wants to use, then applies and closes when approved.

Lender accepts the application and registers the loan application on the eHousing web system, including locking in the mortgage rate for that amount of DPA on that day.

US bank guidelines

The lender manual for MRBP is located at the following website www.mrbp.usbank.com.

Click on U.S. Bank Lending Manuals.

Click on continue.

From the left-hand side of options sections of the guide are broken out into different folders, ie. UW, Closing & Funding etc. as outlined below.

lender resources

If you are a lender and need assistance from eHousingPlus or U.S. Bank, click on a link below for a detailed contact list.

Contact eHousingPlus 

Contact U.S. Bank

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