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Should I Take a First Time Home Buyers Class?

Navigating the process of buying a house is complicated, especially if you go into it without any help. That’s where a first time home buyers class comes in! These classes can make you feel more confident in your decisions when it comes to purchasing a home. We’re breaking down everything you need to know about a first time home buyers class.

ACCC says a home buyers class is a good start.

ACCC says a home buyers class is a good start.

Why should you take a first time home buyers class?

These classes offer information, strategies, and tips for the home buying process. If you are not a real estate agent, there’s probably a lot you don’t know. A first time home buyers class can help you save money and avoid costly mistakes.

What do these classes usually cover?

Because the home buying process is so complex, first time home buyers courses will typically cover a wide range of topics. American Consumer Credit Counseling’s first time home buyers course covers:

  • Managing credit scores
  • Setting a budget
  • Saving for a down payment
  • Federal programs offering low-interest mortgage rates
  • Information for veterans

Where can I find a class?

American Consumer Credit Counseling offers first time home buyer courses both in-person and online. The online course is designed for busy people, so you can complete it during lunch breaks, coffee breaks or your commute. It can be accessed on smartphones and tablets as well as laptops, so you can being the course with you wherever you go!

After completing the course, you will be able to:

  • Apply for low-interest federal mortgages
  • Decide how large of a mortgage you can afford
  • Determine what mortgage product is best for you
  • Understand the home buying process

Now that you know what a first time home buyers course is, where to find them, and all their advantages, are you ready to take one?

For more information on ACCC’s home buying course or other services, such as the debt management program, call 800-769-3571 today.


Madison is a Marketing Communications & Programs Associate at ACCC. She is excited to share her tips on saving money and being financially responsible here on the Talking Cents blog!

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