Homebuyer Bootcamp

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NEW's Homebuyer Bootcamp

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In English and Spanish, NEW's bootcamp provide guidance for first time homebuyers. If you are serious about buying a home and building wealth, we can help! Our HUD approved workshops provide detailed step-by-step process to help you achieve your goals of homeownership.

Saturday, June 26th, 2021( SOLO Español/ Spanish ONLY)

Saturday, July 10th, 2021 (English ONLY)

For questions about our homeownership program, please contact 213-483-2060 x316 or email homeownership@neworg.us

NEW is a 501 c3, HUD approved housing counseling agency. 


 Where is the workshop going to be located?

Location and parking details will be emailed to you separately 1 week before the workshop date. Workshops are NOT  held at our offices. Please be sure to check your email for location details. Please read the email instructions CAREFULLY, we ask you to confirm your attendance via the email sent; not confirming may remove you from the attendee list.

Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Participants must be 18 and over to attend, we do not allow children into the workshop.

Can men attend the workshop?

Absolutely! Our program is open to everyone, regardless of gender.

What can I bring into the event?

Please bring your own pen and notepad.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please contact homeownership@neworg.us or 213-483-2060 x316. 

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?


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Organizer NEW Economics for Women

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Founded in 1985, New Economics for Women (NEW) was the first Latina operated nonprofit community economic development organization in the country. Our founding mothers were committed to reducing poverty by focusing on the needs of women and children. NEW began by designing and building affordable housing for single working parents in Los Angeles, California. In the ensuing 30 years we have expanded our services to include the development of charter schools and business/community centers, as well as a broad spectrum of education and asset building programs that empower low income women and their families to transform poverty into a springboard for success.


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