Housing Opportunity Program

Expanding Housing Opportunities


If you do not see a class scheduled in your area, contact your local or state Realtor® association and ask them to sponsor an Expanding Housing Opportunities class class. View a list of sponsors.

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Class: Expanding Housing Opportunities
Instructor: Linda Kody
Sponsor: North Shore Association of REALTORS
Location: NSAR Classroom
Address: 398 Essex Street
Time: 09:00:00 to 14:00:00
Contact: Katie Jordan
Phone: 978-232-9410
Email: katie@northshorerealtors.com
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Class: Expanding Housing Opportunities
Instructor: Nancy Mosca
Sponsor: Staten Island Board of Realtors
Location: Staten Island Board of Realtors
Address: 1535 Richmond Ave., Suite 3
Time: 09:30:00 to 13:30:00
Contact: Debbie Lerner
Phone: 718-928-3225
Email: debbie@sibor.com
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Class: Expanding Housing Opportunities
Instructor: Nancy Mosca
Sponsor: Courtland County Board of Realtors
Location: Ramada Inn
Address: 2 River Street
Time: 08:00:00 to 12:00:00
Contact: Julie Matijas
Phone: 607-753-1227
Email: info@cortlandmls.com

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HOP Programs

Employer-Assisted Housing Class
The Employer-Assisted Housing Class Program teaches REALTORS® how to work with employers to offer home-buying education and financial housing benefits to employees.

Ambassadors for Cities
NAR and the U.S. Conference of Mayors recognize several highly successful private/public partnerships in which REALTORS® and mayors join to create housing opportunities in their communities.

Housing Opportunity Fund
Apply for funding to make housing in your area more available and affordable with a grant from the Housing Opportunity Fund.

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