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Housing Counseling FAQ
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What topics must be addressed by a Participating Agency providing "Homeownership Counseling"?

Date Published: December 2016

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The Final Rule states that all participating agencies that provide Homeownership Counseling shall address the entire process of homeownership, including, but not limited to:

  • The decision to purchase a home,
  • The selection and purchase of a home,
  • Issues arising during or affecting the period of ownership of a home (including financing, refinancing, default foreclosure, and other financial decisions), and
  • The sale or other disposition of a home.

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