Wisconsin first time home buyers will be delighted to know that the Appleton Housing Authority will be offering home buying classes the evening of September 2 at their office in Appleton.
When the student has completed the class, perspective home owners may become eligible for a down payment assistance program and home improvement funding. Each of these programs includes a 0 percent interest, deferred payment loan.
Post Crescent reports:
The Appleton Housing Authority offers monthly Homebuyer Education classes designed to assist qualified first-time homebuyers. The next class sessions are scheduled from 6 to 9 p.m. Aug. 26 and Sept. 2 at the AHA’s main office, 925 W. Northland Ave., Appleton.
Participants must attend both sessions to complete the program. Pre-registration is required, along with a course fee of $25 per household for text book and materials, made payable to the AHA.
“Becoming a first-time homebuyer is an exciting time for the families we serve,” said Kent Gross, AHA Homebuyer Program manager. “Since its start in 1993, over 450 families have succeeded in becoming first-time homeowners through our program.”
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