Save the Date!
The Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation (TSAHC) is offering the following NeighborWorks training courses in 2018 to our Housing Connection network. These courses are available to any housing or counseling nonprofit, unit of local government, or community based organization that provide home buyer, financial education or affordable housing.
Monday - Wednesday
HO211: Credit Counseling for
This high-energy crash course provides homeownership counselors with the knowledge and skills they need to analyze credit profiles and determine the impact of specific credit behaviors on the credit scoring models used today. Through interactive exercises and case studies based on actual sample files, you will learn how to provide your clients with step by step guidance to develop efficient and effective action plans that are targeted to overcoming challenges in past behaviors and helping clients
build positive credit profiles.
June 14, 2018
AH121- Real Estate Finance
This entry-level course introduces the
Nuts and Bolts
key components of real estate financing.
Learn basic real estate financial terms
and basic principles of financing real
estate. Examine the concept of loan
amortization and the American mortgage
lending system for rental and
homeownership. Learn to use spreadsheets to make basic financial calculations of loan payments; interest rates; present and future values of investments/loans; and the APR. Appropriate for persons new to real estate financing and those wanting to learn how to use spreadsheets.
June 15, 2018
AH226 - Creative Project Financing Strategies
Development projects require different
types of funding from numerous sources. Participants will learn about these
resources and how to combine private
loans, public capital funds and ongoing
subsidies for strong, sustainable projects.
Case studies citing successful examples of residential and mixed-use real estate
development will be analyzed so
participants will understand the financing obstacles that were overcome and the
nuts and bolts of how these deals were
*Scholarships are available. Click here to learn more.
What types of certifications do NeighborWorks provide?
NeighborWorks America offers a variety of certifications in various fields which are maintained by obtaining 10 continuing education credits every year, or 30 credits every 3 years. By taking a 5-day course, you will receive 30 credits of continuing education to renew your certification. A 3-day course is worth 18 credits and a 2-day course is worth 12 credits.
For more information about the different certifications provided by NeighborWorks, including the requirements to obtain or maintain a certification and the application form for each, click here.
Who should I contact if I have additional questions?
Please contact Sarah Ellinor at firstname.lastname@example.org or Michael Wilt at email@example.com if you have any additional questions about scheduled or future trainings.