Posted on September 11, 2017 at 6:00 am
Buying a home can be a dream come true and an overwhelming process at the same time.
In a free seminar held at the library, explore all of the major aspects of the home-buying process in an unbiased format with SNAP Spokane instructors certified by the Washington State Housing Finance Commission. SNAP’s housing counselors can help you make a plan to find a home that you can afford, take advantage of assistance programs, and get the best mortgage for your needs.
This seminar is free and open to the public. SNAP Spokane is a HUD-approved housing counseling agency.
Registration is required.
Tuesday & Thursday, Jan 9 & 11, 6–8:30pm
Monday & Wednesday, Mar 19 & 21, 6–8:30pm
Saturday, May 12, 9am–2pm
Saturday, Jan 27, Feb 24, Mar 10, & Apr 7, 9am–2pm
Saturday, Feb 10, 9am–2pm
Tuesday & Thursday, Apr 24 & 26, 6–8:30pm
Tuesday & Thursday, May 22 & 24, 6–8:30pm
Make sense of your finances.
The Spokane County Library District and SNAP are helping you with money matters: the good, the bad, and the practical. From credit scores and budgeting, to dealing with collection agencies, we are hitting all the hard topics.
Each two-hour class will cover several topics with plenty of time for questions and discussions. All classes begin promptly at their start times.
Navigating Your Credit
Learn how to get free access to and understand your credit report in this workshop from SNAP Spokane. Explore ways to improve your score, establish good credit, and deal with collection agencies.
Tuesday, Jan 23, Mar 20, & May 15, 6–8pm
Tuesday, Feb 20 & Apr 17, 6–8pm
Give Yourself a Raise
Discover how to succeed with your budget and avoid money troubles in this workshop from SNAP Spokane. Learn how to take control of your money, make achievable goals, and recognize predators.
Tuesday, Jan 30, Mar 27, & May 22, 6–8pm
Tuesday, Feb 27 & Apr 24, 6–8pm
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