For questions, or to sign up for classes, call (216) 883-8443 or fill out the form below. All classes are held at CHN, 2999 Payne Ave, Cleveland - First Floor/Room 134
Money Management Series
This series is 4 weeks from 6:00 – 8:00 pm. You must take the classes in the order listed.
What the FICO?
October 9, November 6
Learn why good credit is important and how it impacts your life. This course covers basic credit terminology, how your score is calculated, how to read your credit report and recognizing errors.
October 16, November 13
This class guides you through your personal credit report. You will identify and dispute errors and take steps to rebuild or establish your credit. This class must be taken BEFORE What the Fico?
Start Small. Think Big
October 23, November 20
Having a saving/spending plan is the first step to wealth. Learn to tell your money where to go in this workshop.
Blueprint Your Purchase
October 30, November 27
Whether your savings goal is a new television, buying a reliable car or a down payment on a home, this class shows simple ways to set a goal and keep to your plan.
Mondays, 11:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Tuesdays, 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Fridays, 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
This online skills assessment can help you land a job with local employers. We offer practice assessments and final, scored assessments in our computer lab. An instructor is available to give assistance and answer questions. Walk-in or call for an appointment.
Home Ownership Series
This series runs for 4 weeks on Monday or Tuesday evenings from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Please note: The series meets the counseling requirements for HUD home buyer programs but you must complete all four courses in the series.
Moving On Up
October 8, November 5
This workshop is an overview of the entire home buying process from making a decision to purchase a home through to the Closing and getting the keys.
October 15, November 12
Principal, Interest, Taxes, and Insurance are the four components of a mortgage payment; learn the ways you take control of each. Review the different types of mortgages available today. Receive advice on building equity by increasing the value of your home.
Know Your Loan Lingo
October 22, November 19
A detailed look at the Purchase Agreement, Loan Application, Appraisal Report as well as the new Loan Estimate and Closing Disclosure documents is the focus of this workshop. Students become familiar with mortgage terminology and personal documents required by lender for loan qualification.
Because You’re Worth It
October 29, November 26
Homeowners Insurance is required by mortgage lenders to protect their and your investment. Learn ways to insure this valuable asset while gaining an understanding of specific insurance terminology.
OMG! Organize Maintain Garden
For the new homeowner or lease purchase resident. Ideas on organizing and keeping important records safe. Learn basic interior and exterior repairs and routine maintenance around the home. Find ways to reduce food costs with fruit and vegetable gardens. Fun multi-media and hands-on presentation. Adults only