Chapter 6: Housing


Section 12: Home Buyer Education Programs - Statewide and National


Directory of Home Ownership Resources

Email:

housing.rehab@okc.gov

Prepared by the Oklahoma City Partners in Home Ownership

Nelson Self, Partnership Coordinator
City of Oklahoma City - Planning Department 420 W. Main, Ste. 1040
Oklahoma City , OK 73102

Voice: 

405-297- 2846

MortgageLoan.com

Housing and Mortgages for People with Disabilities - This guide is for persons living with a disability and in need of useful information and assistance in buying a home.

Corporate Office Inquiries
295 Madison Avenue, 12th Flr.
New York , NY 10017

Oklahoma Homebuyer Education Association

Email:

HomebuyerEd@okacaa.org

The Oklahoma Homebuyer Education Association (OHEA) certifies professionals and monitors programs to ensure quality homebuyer education for consumers. Call or visit the website for a current schedule of classes.

605 Centennial Blvd.
Edmond , OK 73013

Voice: 

405-949-1495

Toll Free: 

866-469-2696

Fax: 

405-509-2712

Oklahoma Housing Finance Agency

OHFA provides rental assistance, homebuyer assistance and other programs for low to moderate income families statewide, as well as tax credits and financial help for developers of affordable and low income housing.

100 N.W. 63rd St., Ste. 200, P.O. Box 26720
Oklahoma City , OK 73116

Voice: 

405-848-1144

TTY: 

405-848-7471

Toll Free: 

800-256-1489

Refinance & Mortgage Guide for People with Disabilities

This guide seeks not only to provide the reader with the most relevant and essential resources needed to navigate the myriad of red tape and sometimes rigid processes regularly associated with real estate purchases; it also aims to educate you.

1209 Orange Street
Wilmington , DE 19801

Oklahoma Association of Community Action Agencies (OACAA)

Email:

OKACAA@yahoo.com

OACAA provides its 18 Community Action Agency members and others with poverty-related information, education and technical assistance. The Association conducts public awareness programs on poverty and efforts of Community Action Agencies to assist economically disadvantaged persons.

Programs vary among community action agencies, but many offer these services:

  • Home buyer assistance,
  • Home repair and weatherizing,
  • Home buyer education,
  • Housing for people with disabilities,
  • Employment and training programs,
  • Small business development services,
  • Transportation,
  • Early and Periodic Screening,
  • Diagnosis and Treatment (Medicaid-funded health screening and treatment for children),
  • Nutrition and congregate meal programs for the elderly,
  • Homeless services,
  • Emergency assistance, food, clothing,
  • Car seat loan and distribution,
  • Disaster relief (FEMA),
  • Income tax assistance,
  • Credit counseling,
  • Literacy programs,
  • GED classes,
  • Head Start programs,
  • Parent education,
  • Community development
  • Community based services for individuals with disabilities, and
  • Information and advocacy.

Request a map and chart of services offered by each community action agency from OACAA.

605 Centennial Blvd
Edmond , OK 73013

Voice: 

405-949-1495

Fax: 

405-509-2712