Housing Events

Thursday, July 08, 2021 at 04:00 PM

Inclusionary Zoning Orientation

Virtual Inclusionary Zoning (IZ) Orientation: Introduction to the IZ Program for buyers and renters in the District of Columbia

Interested in buying or renting a home but don’t know if you can?

This orientation provides an introduction to the IZ program that the District of Columbia designed for income eligible households to purchase or rent at below market prices in DC.  Inclusionary Zoning is a law that requires developers to set aside a certain number of units for low-to moderate- income households. Participants will receive their Inclusionary Zoning Certificate after successful completion of this 2 hour orientation and once attendance is confirmed. The IZ Certificate will be valid for 2 years and will give participants an opportunity to enter the Inclusionary Zoning Lottery or renew an existing certificate. 

Once you register please submit a copy of your ID to [email protected]  If you connect 15 minutes late you will need to reschedule for the next class. Thank you!  

Tuesday, July 13, 2021 at 09:30 AM

Virtual DC Homebuying Orientation

This workshop is the first step for DC Residents interested in purchasing their first home in the District. The orientation introduces the homebuying process and DC first-time homebuyer assistance programs, such as: DC Open Doors, HPAP, EAHP, and NEAP. In DC, the Home Purchase Assistance Program (HPAP) provides up to $84,000 in down payment and closing costs assistance to DC residents. Attendees can find out what programs they qualify for and learn about next steps in the homebuying process.

If you are interested in applying to the HPAP, EAHP, or NEAHP programs, you must first take this orientation to get a counseling appointment:

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Tuesday, August 03, 2021 at 09:30 AM

Virtual DC Homebuying Orientation

This workshop is the first step for DC Residents interested in purchasing their first home in the District. The orientation introduces the homebuying process and DC first-time homebuyer assistance programs, such as: DC Open Doors, HPAP, EAHP, and NEAP. In DC, the Home Purchase Assistance Program (HPAP) provides up to $84,000 in down payment and closing costs assistance to DC residents. Attendees can find out what programs they qualify for and learn about next steps in the homebuying process.

If you are interested in applying to the HPAP, EAHP, or NEAHP programs, you must first take this orientation to get a counseling appointment:

Zoom in Washington, DC
Thursday, August 05, 2021 at 04:00 PM

Orientación Sobre Compra de Casa en La Ciudad de Baltimore

¿Le gustaría comprar vivienda dentro de la Ciudad de Baltimore, pero no sabe por donde empezar? 

Participe en esta charla virtual para aprender sobre:

  • El proceso de compra de vivienda 
  • El costo del proceso
  • Opciones de financiamiento y sus requisitos
  • Programas de asistencia para primeros compradores en la Ciudad de Baltimore 
  • Como consejería de vivienda le puede ayudar con su proceso 

Después de participar en la charla tendrá la oportunidad de programar una reunión para platicar sobre su crédito y finanzas o para prepararse para su compra. 

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Thursday, August 12, 2021 at 04:00 PM

Inclusionary Zoning Orientation

Virtual Inclusionary Zoning (IZ) Orientation: Introduction to the IZ Program for buyers and renters in the District of Columbia

Interested in buying or renting a home but don’t know if you can?

This orientation provides an introduction to the IZ program that the District of Columbia designed for income eligible households to purchase or rent at below market prices in DC.  Inclusionary Zoning is a law that requires developers to set aside a certain number of units for low-to moderate- income households. Participants will receive their Inclusionary Zoning Certificate after successful completion of this 2 hour orientation and once attendance is confirmed. The IZ Certificate will be valid for 2 years and will give participants an opportunity to enter the Inclusionary Zoning Lottery or renew an existing certificate. 

Once you register please submit a copy of your ID to [email protected]  If you connect 15 minutes late you will need to reschedule for the next class. Thank you!  

Tuesday, August 24, 2021 at 03:00 PM

Orientación Sobre Zonificación Inlcusiva

Este taller explica el Programa de Zonificación Inclusiva a personas interesadas en comprar o arrendar en el Distrito de Columbia. Esta orientación revela todos los detalles sobre el programa IZ que el Distrito de Columbia diseñó para que los hogares con ingresos elegibles puedan comprar o alquilar a precios inferiores al mercado en DC. La Zonificación Inclusiva es una ley que requiere que los desarrolladores reserven una cierta cantidad de unidades para hogares de ingresos bajos a moderados. Los participantes recibirán su Certificado de Zonificación Inclusiva después de completar esta orientación de 2 horas y una vez que se confirme la asistencia. Los Certificados IZ son válidos por 2 años y brindan a los participantes la oportunidad de ingresar a la Lotería de Zonificación Inclusiva o renovar un certificado existente.

Una vez que se registre, envíe una copia de su identificación a [email protected] Si se conecta 15 minutos tarde, deberá reprogramar para la próxima clase. ¡Gracias!

Zoom in Washington, DC
Thursday, September 02, 2021 at 04:00 PM

Orientación Sobre Compra de Casa en La Ciudad de Baltimore

¿Le gustaría comprar vivienda dentro de la Ciudad de Baltimore, pero no sabe por donde empezar? 

Participe en esta charla virtual para aprender sobre:

  • El proceso de compra de vivienda 
  • El costo del proceso
  • Opciones de financiamiento y sus requisitos
  • Programas de asistencia para primeros compradores en la Ciudad de Baltimore 
  • Como consejería de vivienda le puede ayudar con su proceso 

Después de participar en la charla tendrá la oportunidad de programar una reunión para platicar sobre su crédito y finanzas o para prepararse para su compra. 

Zoom in Baltimore, MD
Thursday, September 09, 2021 at 04:00 PM

Inclusionary Zoning Orientation

Virtual Inclusionary Zoning (IZ) Orientation: Introduction to the IZ Program for buyers and renters in the District of Columbia

Interested in buying or renting a home but don’t know if you can?

This orientation provides an introduction to the IZ program that the District of Columbia designed for income eligible households to purchase or rent at below market prices in DC.  Inclusionary Zoning is a law that requires developers to set aside a certain number of units for low-to moderate- income households. Participants will receive their Inclusionary Zoning Certificate after successful completion of this 2 hour orientation and once attendance is confirmed. The IZ Certificate will be valid for 2 years and will give participants an opportunity to enter the Inclusionary Zoning Lottery or renew an existing certificate. 

Once you register please submit a copy of your ID to [email protected]  If you connect 15 minutes late you will need to reschedule for the next class. Thank you!  

Tuesday, September 14, 2021 at 09:30 AM

Virtual DC Homebuying Orientation

This workshop is the first step for DC Residents interested in purchasing their first home in the District. The orientation introduces the homebuying process and DC first-time homebuyer assistance programs, such as: DC Open Doors, HPAP, EAHP, and NEAP. In DC, the Home Purchase Assistance Program (HPAP) provides up to $84,000 in down payment and closing costs assistance to DC residents. Attendees can find out what programs they qualify for and learn about next steps in the homebuying process.

If you are interested in applying to the HPAP, EAHP, or NEAHP programs, you must first take this orientation to get a counseling appointment:

Zoom in Washington, DC
Tuesday, October 05, 2021 at 09:30 AM

Virtual DC Homebuying Orientation

This workshop is the first step for DC Residents interested in purchasing their first home in the District. The orientation introduces the homebuying process and DC first-time homebuyer assistance programs, such as: DC Open Doors, HPAP, EAHP, and NEAP. In DC, the Home Purchase Assistance Program (HPAP) provides up to $84,000 in down payment and closing costs assistance to DC residents. Attendees can find out what programs they qualify for and learn about next steps in the homebuying process.

If you are interested in applying to the HPAP, EAHP, or NEAHP programs, you must first take this orientation to get a counseling appointment:

Zoom in Washington, DC