This May, mortgage lenders are invited to learn about the purchase assistance North Dakota Housing Finance Agency provided to more than 1,700 first-time buyers, special needs families, and moderate-income households who needed help purchasing a new home in 2018.
“NDHFA’s lender training offers an introduction to FirstHome™, a program that provides the affordable financing and purchase assistance many households require to become homeowners,” said Dave Flohr, NDHFA homeownership division director. “We will also discuss the agency’s homeownership programs geared to single parents, households with elderly or disabled family members, honorably discharged veterans, and North Dakotans whose income exceeds our standard program limits.”
The agency’s first lender training of the spring will be May 8 at the Country Inn & Suites in Bismarck. On May 15, NDHFA will host a second training at the DoubleTree in West Fargo. The registration deadline for the Bismarck training is May 3 and West Fargo is May 10. Both classes are limited to 50 people.
NDHFA offers the training to its new and pending participating lender staff, and current participating lender staff who are interested in a refresher course. Both sessions begin at 9:00 a.m., CDT, and run to approximately 1:00 p.m. There are no registration fees, however pre-registration is required.
Questions regarding NDHFA’s homeownership programs or the lender training can be directed to the agency’s homeownership division staff at (800) 292-8621 or firstname.lastname@example.org.