|Navigating the housing market and preparing financially for homeownership can be a daunting process, not only for those new to the housing market, but especially for previous homeowners who have experienced a foreclosure or were negatively affected in the housing market downtown. Housing counseling is an effective tool to help people financially prepare to buy a home or re-enter the housing market after a foreclosure, providing advice to potential homebuyers on repairing or protecting their credit and assisting them in preparing for mortgage application, budget planning, and foreclosure prevention.
This presentation will focus on the role of housing counseling in the home buying process, particularly for buyers returning to the housing market after a foreclosure. The webinar is part of a series sponsored by the National Association of Realtors®.
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When: Tuesday, July 28, 2015 from 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. EST
Who: Panelists are:
Heather Blankenship, Neighborhood Housing Service, Chicago
Leah Coldham, director of housing counseling programs, Housing Partnership Network
Rebekah King, policy associate, National Housing Conference
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