Welcome to La Casa de Don Pedro's Homebuyer Education Class!
This class is based upon the 8 hour U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development curriculum in order to provide unbiased information to prepare individuals for the biggest purchase of their lives: a home.
The topics covered in this seminar style class are:
- Importance of Credit
- Determining How Much House You Can Afford
- Mortgage Process
- Working with a Realtor
- Role of an Attorney
- Purchase Process
- And more!
Our homebuyer education program will help prepare you for the responsibilities of homeownership, and empower buyers on how to make smart decisions throughout the home buying process.
A certificate of completion will be issued after attending your individual counseling session.
For more information or help with registration please contact us at 973-485-0701!
2014 Live Class Dates:
All classes have passed.
Don't have the time to attend an all day Saturday class or need to take a class before the next live class is offered? Visit our partner eHome America and complete the class online at your convenience! Once you complete the course, schedule a time with us to complete your individual counseling session to receive your certificate of completion.
Please note this is an adult only class and there is no childcare available. Payments are non-refundable unless a request for cancellation is received prior to the scheduled class date. Upon request you may apply the registration fee to a future class.
La Casa de Don Pedro
La Casa provides expanded, multidimensional services in the following areas: early childhood development, youth educational, cultural and recreational programs, youth & family counseling, health initiatives, HIV/AIDS prevention & services, WorkForce development & job placement, affordable housing development and counseling, community development and organizing, emergency and home energy assistance, and home energy conservation.
With more than 200 employees, 50 volunteers, and a FY2016 operating budget of $15M, La Casa has the capacity to handle its extensive roster of initiatives. Programs are managed by five separate divisions: Early Childhood, Youth, Family & Health, Personal Development, Community & Economic Development, and Community Improvement.