The first step to creating successful homeowners is education. Educated homeowners stay in their homes longer, take pride in their properties, and have one-third less foreclosures. NeighborWorks Montana’s network partners across the state offer in-depth classes on all aspects of homeownership.

All classes meet HUD requirements and are taught by National Center for Homeownership Education and Counseling Certified educators. Completion of a certified homebuyer class is a requirement for many specialized loan products, including NeighborWorks Montana loans. To receive a certificate, participants must attend all sections of the course. Courses are at least 8 hours in length and are offered over the course of a full day or two-to-three evenings depending on the organization.

Topics covered in these classes include:

• Assessing Readiness to Buy a Home
• Budgeting and Credit
• Financing a Home

• Selecting a Home
• Maintaining a Home and Finances
• Financial Resources

Location - Community Action Partnership of NW MT (CAPNM), 214 Main St, Kalispell, MT 59901

If you have special needs such as those covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act, please let us know and we can make accommodations for you.

Note - Our classroom is not suitable for children. Please make child arrangements.

Questions - Contact 406-758-5420

Funded in partnership by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Montana Board of Housing and NeighborWorks Montana. The class is required for the NWMTCLT program.