Get on the FasTrak to Homeownership
The FasTrak Homebuyer Education is a comprehensive eight (8) hour class which includes a credit analysis and are typically scheduled the 2nd and 4th Saturdays monthly (See Calendar)
. Completing the FasTrak Homebuyer Class qualifies you for one-on-one personal homeownership counseling, affordable mortage lending services which includes guidance in applying for downpayment assistance. If you are not yet ready to purchase a home, your NHS Homeownership Counselor will work with you to develop a customized plan to improve your readiness.
HOPE Homebuyer Workshops
NHS hosts HOPE Homebuyer Workshops scheduled on the 3rd Saturday of each month. As part of the workshop, potential homebuyers will participate in a FREE homebuyer orientation as well as a preliminary pre-qualification analysis. New homebuyers are encouraged to provide current bank statements (3 months), proof of income and tax returns (last two years), if self-employed, in addition to completing the following documents: Homebuyer Program Eligibilty Form
and Credit Authorization/Pre-Qualification Form
. Though you will still be required
to attend the FasTrak Homebuyer Education Class, be ahead of the process. (See Calendar)
NHS is certified by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development
(HUD) and NeighborWorks America
. When you complete the program you will receive a certificate that verifies you attended pre-purchase homeowner counseling. This certificate is required to qualify for many of the special local, state and federal loan programs.
Classes and Orientations take place at our NeighborWorks®
Homeownership Center and at various community locations.
See the Calendar
for upcoming New Homebuyer Orientations, HOPE Homebuyer Workshops and FasTrak Homebuyer Education Classes. Register TODAY online
or by phone (888) 895-2NHS(647).
Homeownership Center Class Location:
Los Angeles NeighborWorks® Homeownership Center
3926 Wilshire Boulevard, 3rd Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90010
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