Homebuyer's Club

Homebuyer’s Club is a structured consumer education program covering the entire home buying process with special emphasis on homebuyer programs offered by the City of San Antonio.

Classes are offered free of charge and open to the general public. Staff works with homebuyers to understand credit and budget issues so that they may be able to qualify for a mortgage with a mortgage lender. Credit counseling is one of the services we provide through our classes. This class is an educational tool to help homebuyers on the path to homeownership. This course helps homebuyers meet the requirement for Homebuyer Education for a variety of homebuyer assistance programs.

Take advantage of the homebuyer’s classes through The Department of Planning and Community Development  

2017 Homebuyer Class Schedule
First Saturday of Each Month from 8:00 a.m to 4:30 p.m.



Location

All classes will be held at the

Department of Planning and Community Development
1400 S. Flores Street
San Antonio, TX 78204

Free parking available


 

Homebuyers must complete the 8-hour session in order to receive their certificate of completion. 

Please email the Email HIP Office HIP Office or call at 207-5420 to register for the Homebuyers' Club.

The Homebuyers' Club is a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) approved class.

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6 Steps to Homeownership

1. Attend Homebuyers' CLUB Classes 
Attend Department of Planning and Community Development (DPCD) Homebuyers’ CLUB classes to obtain better understanding of the purchasing process, requirements, credit, home maintenance, etc.
2. Shop for a Loan 
Shop for your loan and choose a mortgage company or bank to finance the purchase.
3. Locate a Home 
Locate the home you want to purchase. A realtor may be able to help you, but the program does not require that a realtor represent you.
4. Enter Contract with Seller 
You must enter into an Earnest Money Contract with the seller and deposit a minimum of $500 with the title company as evidence of your intent to purchase home.
5. Determine Program Eligibility 
When your loan application is approved, the lender will submit the required information to DPCD. Your lender will determine if you are eligible for assistance under the HIP program or you can call DPCD
6. Approval! 
Once your lender submits a complete file to keep, a DPCD representative will process the file for Homeownership Incentive Program (HIP) approval

 

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Contact Us

1400 South Flores Street
San Antonio, TX 78204
Phone: 210.207.6459
Email ReNew SA