Webinars are ongoing and held weekly. Once you have registered and paid for the “HUD-approved Homebuyer Education” webinar, you will receive a seperate email with instructions on how to complete your user profile and to eSign the required disclosures. PLEASE NOTE: All purchases must be made by 2 p.m. the day prior to each webinar.
CHN reserves the right to cancel and reschedule the webinar due to low enrollment 24 hours prior to the course date. This course fulfills certain requirements of the MSHDA loan program. Households do not need to be MSHDA loan applicants to attend the course. Completion of this course will provide a HUD-approved Homebuyer Education certificate valid for one year from the date of issue. Attendees must complete the full 4-hour webinar to receive a certificate.
Option 2: Self-paced online Homebuyer Education course ($99)
We partner with eHome America to offer a $99 online Homebuyer Education course. This course is self-paced and can be completed from anywhere, as long as you have a computer and an internet connection. The course is available in English and Spanish.
Purchasing a home can be intimidating! Our online Homebuyer Education will help you prepare for this big step.
- You’ll learn about the homebuying process from start to finish.
- How to determine what you can afford to pay.
- How to choose the right house, the right lender, the right mortgage.
- Financial assistance program that may be available to you.
Features and benefits of the eHome online course:
It’s convenient The full course is online. Learn on your own schedule. The course is designed to take 8 hours to complete.
It’s unbiased and consumer-oriented Developed by a HUD-certified nonprofit agency, and designed to look out for the homebuyer’s best interests.
It qualifies you The course satisfies homeownership education requirements by state and other governmental housing agencies.
It’s a great value The course is low-cost, and it can help you avoid mistakes and save you thousands of dollars. $99 per household
PLEASE NOTE: if you have a demonstrated hardship and an inability to pay, please contact Kimberly Diggan, Housing Counseling Program Manager at 248-824-7391 and firstname.lastname@example.org.