As part of our efforts to promote our DPA Program Administration Best Practices, we’re conducting a series of informational webinars designed to educate program administrators on some of the specific topics addressed. Below, you can register for upcoming webinars, and view recordings of those that have already taken place.
We hope these presentations will inspire you to consider adopting the best practices into your own work!
- DPA Program Admin Best Practices – What? Why? Background…
- The Importance of Reserving DPA Funds
- Integrating DPA with Shared Equity Homeownership
- The Importance of the HUD-Approved Nonprofit Roster
- Targeted Eligibility and Reducing the Homeownership Gap
- Best Practices Making the Difference for Consumers
Best Practices Making the Difference for Consumers
Thursday, January 11, 2024 (1:00pm – 2:30pm)
In this webinar, participants will learn about real-world practices that are making a difference for consumers, and changes that program administrators should consider given the current market.
DPA Program Admin Best Practices – What? Why? Background…
This webinar reviews the DPA Program Administration Best Practices, as well as the goals and vision behind their creation, how they were created and where community and industry input came from.
The Importance of Reserving DPA Funds
This webinar focuses on the benefit of allowing consumers to reserve DPA funds earlier in homebuying the process, and the practical implications for administrators.
Integrating DPA with Shared Equity Homeownership
This webinar covers shared equity homeownership options and how they can intersect with down payment assistance products to make homeownership accessible.
The Importance of the HUD-Approved Nonprofit Roster
This webinar covers issues related to the HUD-Approved Nonprofit Roster with regard to the best practices. What is it? Why does it matter? And what does it mean for DPA providers and lenders?
Targeted Eligibility and Reducing the Homeownership Gap
In this webinar, participants will learn from DPA Administrators who are using targeted eligibility to reach homebuyers historically left out of homeownership.