Workshop

HOMEBUYER EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

 6 hours of First Time Homebuyer workshops  + 2 hours of individual counseling =

8 Total hours of homebuyer education

ALL 8 HOURS MUST BE TAKEN AT THE SAME COUNSELING AGENCY

 

For more information about obtaining your First Time Homebuyer Education and Certificate, please visit Homebuyer.

To find workshops that qualify for your First Time Homebuyer Education Certificate, please filter workshop type: First time homebuyer workshop below.

March 2017

Mar
5

Property Taxes and Refinance- Chinese

Hosted by ASIAN, Inc. in Chinese
ASIAN, Inc.
1167 Mission St. 4th Floor
San Francisco, CA, 94103
Phone: (415) 928-5910

Property tax is a major expense for homeowners. Know your assessed value, understand your property tax bill, and learn how to apply for exemptions.…

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Mar
9

Successful Homeownership - Tagalog

Hosted by BALANCE in Tagalog
BALANCE
595 Market St. 9th Floor Conference Room 960
San Francisco, CA, 94105

PAGTATAGUMPAY SA PAG-AARI NG BAHAY

ISANG PANTAS-ARAL PARA SA MGA MAY-ARI NG BAHAY

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Workshop Types

These workshops are approved by the San Francisco Mayor's Office of Housing and the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency and offer a certificate in homebuyer education. Find out how to buy a home, how much you can afford, what type of home to buy, how to finance a home and how to keep your home over time.

These workshops help homeowners who are having trouble making their mortgage payments understand their options to preserve homeownership. Find out what to do when you can't make your mortgage payment and what lenders might be willing to do to help you stay in your home.

These workshops help you plan financially for a successful transition from renting to homeownership. Find out how to manage your money before and after you become a homeowner.

Educational workshops for homeowners with panels of professionals that offer guidance in sustaining homeownership and guidance in avoiding foreclosure. Workshops are presented by expert community partners such as financial coaches, attorneys, lenders, and the San Francisco Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development.

The A-Z’s of renting and review affordable rental payment ratios for your budget, your credit report, the rental application process, the ins and outs of the tenant landlord relationship, different affordable rental housing options.