3 Hour -
Pre-Closing Education Class
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What topics are covered in this class?
CHFA’s three-hour pre-closing education class covers the
technical, financial and practical aspects involved in
buying and maintaining a home. The curriculum reviews the sometimes complex trail of
documentation that accompanies a home purchase from the
offer to the closing. For first-time homebuyers unfamiliar
with the ongoing requirements of homeownership,
this class assists them in protecting their investment,
including planning a budget and a home
maintenance schedule as well as foreclosure prevention.
Who is allowed to participate?
The three-hour pre-closing education class is required for
all CHFA loan applicants.
Applicants will be given a loan
reservation number from their CHFA-approved
Participating Lender which will enable them to register
with one of the CHFA/HUD approved counseling agencies that
conduct the three-hour pre-closing education program.
Who teaches this class?
counseling agencies conduct the
three-hour pre-closing education classes on
behalf of CHFA. These non-profit agencies are staffed by
professionals who are trained in CHFA loan programs.
Where and when are the classes held?
Three-hour pre-closing education classes are offered at a variety of
locations across the state and at different times each
month. To accommodate diverse schedules, they are offered
on weekday evenings as well as on Saturdays. (See,
class schedule, for more specific information.)
How do you register for this class?
CHFA loan applicants with loan reservation numbers can
register for a three-hour pre-closing class at a time and location
convenient to them by contacting any of the CHFA
approved counseling agencies.
Registration are taken by telephone or online. Applicants
who complete the class will be provided with a certificate
to verify that they have satisfied the education requirement
of their loan application.
How much does this class cost?
This class is provided free-of-charge to all eligible
CHFA loan applicants.
Questions? Contact your lender or CHFA counseling agency.
Your CHFA-approved lender can provide you with
information about the homebuyer education requirement and
refer you to an agency near you. Or, you may contact a
counseling agency directly to obtain more detailed
If you still have questions, please contact CHFA:
Connecticut Housing Finance Authority
Attn: Single Family Counseling
999 West Street
Rocky Hill, Connecticut 06067