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Housing Counseling FAQ
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Can a housing counseling agency tell clients about the opportunity to purchase a home from the agency during pre-purchase counseling?

Date Published: August 2016

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As long as there is adequate disclosure, housing counselors may provide information to clients during the counseling session about opportunities to purchase a home from the agency. At the same time clients must be counseled on their alternatives and must be advised that they are under no obligation to purchase a home from the agency. 


Tags: Housing Counseling Program Counseling Delivery

FAQ ID:

2950