1300 Canyon Blvd
Boulder, CO 80306
(use the door on the Northeast corner)
City of Boulder
P.O. Box 791
Boulder, CO 80306
Two classes are required to participate in the City's affordable homeownership program:
City of Boulder Homeownership Program Orientation
Pre-registration is required and space fills quickly. Call 303-441-3157 ext. 2 to register.
Topics: What is an affordable home? Do I qualify? What are my options? Can I get help with closing costs? What happens when I resell? How do I apply?
Time: 9:00-10:15 am
Dates: Saturday April 27, 2013
Saturday May 25, 2013
Saturday June 29, 2013
Saturday July 27, 2013
Saturday August 31, 2013
Saturday September 21, 2013
Saturday October 26, 2013
Saturday November 23, 2013
Saturday December 21, 2013
CHFA First-Time Homebuyer Class
To meet this requirement, you may take any Colorado Housing Finance Authority (CHFA) approved first-time homebuyer class.
For classes offered in Boulder County see Classes in English or Clases en Espanol Pre-registration is required. Register early as classes fill up quickly! For more information and to register, contact the Boulder County Housing Counseling Program at 720-564-2279.
For a complete listing of regional classes see CHFA's Education Class Schedule. Contact the provider to find out more about their classes and to pre-register.
Elective Opportunity for Interested Homebuyers
Boulder County offers certified Housing Counseling that provides free financial education, coaching, guidance and incentives to anyone interested in owning a home. Topics include:
Budget: Learn how to create a workable spending plan, assign goals for your money, track your expenses, identify your “needs” and “wants," and develop ways to make budgeting a habit.
Credit: This class will teach you how to manage your credit effectively and wisely. You will learn what goes into a credit score, how to access your free credit report, ways to improve or build your credit, how to read your credit report and correct information on your report that is not accurate.
Debt Reduction: Let us help you discover the reasons you borrow money in the first place, understand common forms and causes of debt, identify the warning signs for too much debt, learn the “Six Steps to Debt Freedom” and avoid unnecessary debt in the future.
Banking & Savings: This class is designed to help you start a relationship with a financial institution or evaluate your current one, understand banking terms and practices, become familiar with savings and investment products, raise awareness of common fees, and learn methods and tips to save money.
Registration not required, for additional information, call 720-564-2279 or visit Boulder County Housing Counseling
Last Updated on Friday, 12 April 2013 14:48