Happy Birthday Housing Counseling Program!

Post by 
Sam Sanders
Published 
November 14, 2018
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ince 1968, the HUD Housing Counseling Program has been committed to the needs of home-buying consumers and its legions of stakeholders. The Housing Counseling Program provides a comprehensive array of invaluable information, education and resources, including but not limited to the following:

Resources and information to consumers and stakeholders at every stage of the housing processDo-it-yourself workshops and classes to help maintain and improve your biggest investmentGuidance to help homebuyers avoid default and foreclosureTraining, tools, and promotional materials designed to assist HUD-approved housing counseling agencies in providing their vital services
The Home Ownership Center @ Mid City Redevelopment Alliance has been a HUD-Approved Housing Agency since 2004

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