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Housing Counseling FAQ
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How can Participating Agencies document that Homeownership Counseling clients were provided home inspection materials?

Date Published: August 2017

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A Participating Agency’s work plan must describe when in the Homeownership Counseling process the client will receive home inspection materials and how the agency will document compliance with this requirement. Agencies are not required to include copies of home inspection documents in individual client files when home inspection materials are provided as part of one-on-one housing counseling.


Tags: Housing Counseling Program Additional Program Requirements - Home Inspection Requirements Counseling Delivery

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