FTHB & HPAP Orientation Short Intake
Please complete this intake prior to attending the virtual workshop to receive the log in instructions.

This workshop is the first step for DC residents interested in buying their first home in the District. The orientation explains the home buying process and DC's 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 $202,000 in down payment assistance and $4,000 toward closing costs to DC residents. Attendees can find out what programs they qualify for and learn about the next steps in the homebuying process.

If you are interested in applying for the HPAP, EAHP, or NEAHP programs, you must first take this orientation to get a counseling appointment:
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Disclosure to Client for HUD Housing Counseling Services
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Services Offered:
Our agency provides the following HUD one-on-one housing counseling services: rental topics; pre-purchase/homebuying; non-delinquency post-purchase; home maintenance and financial management for homeowners; and resolving or preventing mortgage delinquency or default counseling.

Our agency also provides the following services and group education workshops: financial literacy; fair housing; pre-purchase/homebuyer education; non-delinquency post-purchase; resolving or preventing delinquency; tenant rights and other workshops as required by local assistance programs; small business development support, small business loans, and Lending Circles.  

Relationships with Industry Partners:

Our agency has financial or exclusive relationships, or both, with specific industry partners, including: Virginia Housing Development Authority, DC Department of Housing and Community Development, Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, Greater Washington Urban League, DC Housing Finance Agency, Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development, UnidosUS, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, Wells Fargo, Citi Bank, Bank of America, Capital One Bank, and HSBC Bank USA.  

No Client Obligation:

There is no obligation to receive, purchase, or use any product or service offered by this agency or any services of its industry partners or other party in exchange for your receiving HUD housing counseling services.


As a condition of our services, and in alignment with meeting our counseling goals, and in compliance with HUD’s Housing Counseling Program requirements, we may provide information on alternative services, programs, and products available to you, if applicable and known by our staff.

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