Education seminar on buying a house
Mortgage loan processes can be confusing to first-time homebuyers. HOAP counselors help make the home purchasing process understandable by providing information needed to make well-informed choices concerning special programs available to first-time, low and moderate-income homebuyers. To qualify, you must meet income and program guidelines attend a Homebuyer Education Class and contribute 1 percent to the purchase of the home. The property must be occupied by the homeowner and not used as a rental property. Educational Seminars:
The HOAP staff provides educational seminars and fairs on an on-going basis. These seminars help potential first-time homebuyers understand the process of purchasing a home. The seminar addresses Fair Housing-related terminology, financing, credit reports, working with a Realtor and lender, city codes, caring for a home, responsibilities of home ownership, and much more. Please check the schedule for a list of locations, dates and times.
Financial Assistance Seminars
Seminars are required when applying for financial assistance with down payment and closing costs. They are free and are available once a month. Registration is required in advance because there is limited seating. Location may be subject to change. Because these seminars are for educational purposes, we ask that you not bring children.
Seminars are held at: Martin Luther King Jr. Library, 9898 E. Colfax Ave. All classes are held on Saturdays. For reservations, call 303.739.7966 (automated line). Please follow operator prompts and you will automatically be registered for the seminar.
You will not receive a reservation confirmation (unless a change has been made to the seminar date or location); just show up at the seminar you registered for. The following is a schedule of the upcoming seminars:
2016 Seminar Schedule
2016 Seminario mensual en Espanol