HCV Homeownership w/ Proficiency Test
Location: e-Learning; Online
Date: May 1-2, 2019
Credits: 0.50 Continuing Education Units
What is an e-Learning?
An online course where participants register individually and access the session with a direct email. Sessions are typically 2.5 hours (1:30pm ET – 4pm ET) each day. Attendance is recorded and upon successful completion, CEUs are applied towards certification requirements.
This training will help you become proficient on the current HUD HCV Homeownership guidelines. You will learn about guidelines and options to implement and manage a successful HCV Homeownership program in your area; accurately determine family eligibility, verification requirements and hands on case studies to accurately determine assistance calculations; learn ways to improve your programs by integrating with Family Self Sufficiency and other home-ownership initiatives; learn how to develop the necessary partnerships to succeed; examine examples of best practices for programs, partnerships, lender requirements, counseling, policies, and methods to avoid pitfalls in poor implementation or loss of valuable resources; gain an understanding of the mortgage lending process and the interface with the program, and obtain quality assurance forms and techniques to make sure your operation can meet RIM requirements. The seminar will also cover HCV Home-ownership requirements and assistance for the special needs population such as the elderly or disabled. An online proficiency test will be made available at the conclusion of the course.
Who Should Attend?
HUD, Housing Authorities, Realtors, Mortgage Lenders, Counseling Agencies.
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