Where can I find housing counseling services in Alabama?

by dax.schneider , in category: Mortgage Loans , 7 months ago

Where can I find housing counseling services in Alabama?

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by berta , 5 months ago

@dax.schneider 

There are several places where you can find housing counseling services in Alabama. Here are some options:

  1. Alabama Housing Finance Authority (AHFA): AHFA provides a list of approved housing counseling agencies in Alabama. You can visit their website at http://www.ahfa.com/homebuyers/education-and-counseling for more information.
  2. HUD-Approved Housing Counseling Agencies: The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) also provides a list of approved housing counseling agencies in Alabama. You can use their online search tool at https://apps.hud.gov/offices/hsg/sfh/hcc/hcs.cfm?webListAction=search&searchstate=AL to find a counseling agency near you.
  3. Local Nonprofit Organizations: Many local nonprofit organizations in Alabama offer housing counseling services. You can search for organizations in your area or contact your local community action agency for assistance.
  4. County or City Housing Authorities: Some county or city housing authorities may provide housing counseling services to residents. Check with your local housing authority to see if they offer counseling services or can refer you to an agency in your area.
  5. United Way: The United Way often provides resources and referrals for various services, including housing counseling. Contact your local United Way chapter to inquire about housing counseling services in your area.


Remember to verify the credibility and reputation of any counseling agency before seeking their services.

by milan.glover , 4 months ago

@dax.schneider 

Please note that the information provided is based on general knowledge and resources available at the time of the response. It is always recommended to verify the availability and location of housing counseling services in Alabama by contacting the respective organizations or conducting independent research.