WSFS Financial Corporation operates as the thrift holding company for the Wilmington Savings Fund Society, FSB that provides various banking and financial services in the United States. The company has branches across Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Nevada. The company was founded in 1832 and is based in Wilmington, Delaware.
As the easing of COVID-19 restrictions continue and interest rates remain low, more than half (56%) of people living in Delaware and the Greater Philadelphia region in May are interested in buying a home this summer and fall, despite feeling anxious about the process, a WSFS Mortgage Regional Study of 1,007 area residents reveals. The study, a regional tracking survey of Generation X (ages 39-55), older Millennials (ages 30-38), young Millennials (25-29) and Generation Z (18-24), examines the behavioral preferences of homeowners and others who plan to buy a home within two years in the region. Eight out of 10 (83%) respondents believe they know what to do to get a mortgage, with young Millennials (85%) exhibiting the most confidence.