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JUNE IS HOMEOWNERSHIP MONTH
Learn how to budget, purchase, and ensure you enjoy your home for many years to come

STEPS TO BUYING AND KEEPING YOUR HOME
Webinar
Tuesday, June 28, 2022
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Registration Link

Please contact Earleene Sealy for more information - Earleene.A.Sealy@hud.gov

New York - The HUD New York Regional Office, in collaboration with the Philadelphia Homeownership Center, and the Office of Housing Counseling will host a webinar in celebration of National Homeownership Month. The program will provide valuable information on HUD Housing Counseling, and HUD FHA resources for homebuyers, homeowners, faith-based, and non-profit organizations. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from HUD staff and learn about tools and resources families need for homeownership. The webinar is being held via Microsoft Teams.

HUD New York Regional Office Senior Management Analyst Earleene Sealy organizes this yearly event to provide valuable information and tools that assist homebuyers and homeowners.

Every person deserves the chance to live each day with security, dignity, and hope. A place to call their own. HUD will do everything we can to help advance affordable homeownership in our nation-this month, and every month ahead.

WHAT: Webinar: Steps to Buying and Keeping Your Home
WHO: Earleene Sealy, HUD Senior Management Analyst

Featured Speakers:
Eric McDowel, Single Family Program Advisor, Philadelphia Homeownership Center
Joel R. Ibañez, Housing Program Specialist, Office of Housing Counseling
WHEN: June 28, 2028
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm
WHERE: Online on Microsoft Teams.
Join on your computer or mobile app

Click here to join the meeting

Or call in (audio only)
+1 347-921-5612,,273336879# United States, New York City
Phone Conference ID: 273 336 879#

For more information email Earleene Sealy, Ealrleene.A.Sealy@hud.gov.

By Presidential Proclamation, June is designated as National Homeownership Month. HUD’s Office of Housing is commemorating the month and remains committed to breaking down barriers and racial inequities to homeownership, particularly in communities of color as well as other underserved communities. In support of this effort, Single Family and Housing Counseling will host a number of events that focus on new homebuyers and sustainable solutions for struggling homeowners.

This year’s Homeownership Month celebrates the 20th year of this opportunity to amplify the benefits of homeownership and the work that remains to achieve fairness and equity in access to affordable homeownership for all Americans who seek it. HUD’s Office of Housing and Federal Housing Administration play a vital role for the nation’s homebuyers, homeowners, renters, and communities through their nationally administered programs.

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is a federal agency that provides funding for rental assistance for low to moderate-income residents. HUD also provides funding to local governments and grantees for housing and services. For a list of what HUD does, click here: https://www.hud.gov/topics

The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) - The Federal Housing Administration (FHA), provides mortgage insurance on loans made by FHA-approved lenders nationwide. As part of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the FHA insures mortgages on single-family homes, multifamily properties, residential care facilities, and hospitals.

The HUD Office of Housing Counseling - HUD-approved housing counseling has been helping consumers across America make informed housing decisions for more than 50 years. Wherever you are in the housing process, the nationwide network of HUD-approved housing counseling agencies is here for you - providing insights and answers you need to make the choices that are right for you.

HUD’s nationwide network of housing counseling provides valuable first-time homebuyer education and individual housing counseling sessions to help consumers prepare for and attain the dream of homeownership. Contact a HUD-approved housing counseling agency in your community to get started.

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