X hits on this document





44 / 97

purchasing, first time homebuyer training, mortgage default and delinquency, debt management, home maintenance and repair, technical assistance to community organizations and individuals, HECM, and an individual development account savings program for homeownership.

Michigan Housing Counselors, Inc. Mt. Clemens, MI $15,959 Michigan Housing Counselors, Inc., has been providing comprehensive housing counseling to citizens of Macomb County for nearly 40 years and has an office in Genesee County to provide the same services. The counseling services they offer include, but are not limited to: pre-purchase to first-time homebuyers, delinquency and default, homeowners and renters, HECM, and budgeting.

Oakland County, MI Pontiac, MI $13,542 Oakland County’s Housing Counseling Unit has been in operation for over 15 years and places special emphasis on first time homebuyer education and in discovering and correcting impediments to Fair Housing. They offer the following counseling services: pre and post home purchase counseling, first time home buyer counseling, HUD home sale referral, tenant/landlord relations, subsidized housing, HECM, mortgage and tax related delinquency and foreclosures, Fair Housing matters, budgeting, and job training referral.

Phoenix Housing and Counseling Non-Profit, Inc. Detroit, MI $5,599 Phoenix Housing and Counseling Non-Profit, Inc has been providing comprehensive housing counseling services for over 29 years. Some of the counseling services they provide are: first-time homebuyer education, mortgage default and delinquency, HECM, credit repair for prospective first time homebuyers, and housing information and referral to community resources.

State of Michigan Dept. of Consumer and Industry Services Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) Lansing, MI $32,357 MSHDA was created by the Michigan Legislature under the provisions of Public Act 346 of 1966, as amended, and is the primary state agency responsible for providing low and moderate-income Michigan residents with affordable housing opportunities. MSHDA works closely with communities, lenders, realtors, and nonprofit organizations to effectively administer a variety of mortgage loan programs, and education and outreach for individuals with disabilities. Notable, MSHDA has developed a statewide Home Ownership Counseling Network (“The Network”). The Network, in operation since November 1991, has successfully provided both group and individual counseling to support the state housing authority’s affordable housing programs. Additionally, MSHDA is the lead agency


Document info
Document views158
Page views158
Page last viewedWed Oct 26 05:55:16 UTC 2016