HCV Homeownership

Course Type

Course Descriptions

Quadel’s HCV Homeownership course gives staff a complete overview of the program including regulatory history, eligibility and selection criteria, program design, as well as a guide for implementation according to HUD’s requirements and their implications on program management.

The Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) Homeownership Program was created by HUD to assist low-income, first-time homebuyers in purchasing homes. Through the Homeownership option, a PHA may provide voucher assistance for an eligible family that purchases a dwelling unit for residence by the family. The program is funded by HUD and administered by participating local Public Housing Authorities (PHAs). In addition to HUD’s regulations, the PHAs may also adopt additional requirements, including lender qualifications or terms of financing.

Course topics:

  • Regulatory History
  • Family Eligibility
  • Applicant Selection
  • Minimum Income Requirement
  • First-Time Homebuyers
    • Credit
    • Budgeting
    • Owning vs. Renting
    • Lender Partners
    • State and Local Housing Finance Programs
    • Financial Assistance
  • Eligible Housing
    • Housing Types (SFH, Condominium, Co-op, Manufactured Homes)
    • Accessibility Modifications
    • Portability
    • Unit Condition
  • Models of Financing
    • Affordability Calculations
    • Negotiating a Purchase Contract
    • Obtaining a Loan: Mortgage Lending Process
    • Private Home Inspections & HQS
    • The Closing
  • Finding the Voucher Equivalent
    • Estimating the HAP
    • Family Obligations
    • Terms of Assistance
    • Terms of Assistance – Elderly and Disabled
    • Annual Reexaminations
    • Ongoing Family Obligations
  • Post-Purchase Counseling
    • Post-Purchase HQS
    • Moves
    • Refinancing
    • Mortgage Default
    • Term Limits
  •  The PHA Administrative Plan
    • Program Design
    • Minimum Down Payment & Equity Requirements
    • Determining Homeownership Expenses
    • Limiting Moves
  • Program Reporting and Recordkeeping
  • Quality Control & Assurance
  • FSS program overview
    • Securing agency partnerships
    • FSS Action Plan
    • Program monitoring
    • Case management
    • Escrow management and disbursements
    • Outreach and recruitment
    • Job readiness
    • Program capacity
    • FSS Coordinator Grant applications

The course includes a Certification Examination and participants receive a copy of our HCV Homeownership course book. Quadel course books are complete manuals and serve as a detailed desk reference following the course.

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Registering a Group? If you need to register four (4) or more individuals for any of these training offerings*, please email training@quadel.com with the names and email addresses of each participant, and we will invoice you at the regular price for 1-3 and then $75 off each registrant beyond that number.

*The Huntsville Homeownership training has a negotiated flat rate, and the group rate does not apply.

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