Wichita Habitat for Humanity offers free homebuyer education classes for current homeowners, homebuyers and anyone in the community who wants to learn about money management, the home buying process how to maintain your home, safety and many other helpful topics. All classes are being held virtually on Zoom right now.
Our Summer and Fall Class Schedule is here! All classes are at 6 p.m. on Tuesdays. Sign up for one or all but please register first to get the Zoom link. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining. The link you receive in the confirmation email is the same one you will use for all the classes. Thank you!
August 16, 6 p.m. Tuesday, Home Safety. What makes a home safe? We'll look at what you can do to make sure everyone under your roof is safe! Click this link to register.
August 23, Tuesday, 6 p.m. Homebuying 101. Buying a home will probably be the biggest purchase you'll ever make. We'll walk you through the steps and help you avoid costly pitfalls. Click this link to register.
August 30, Tuesday, 6 p.m. Money Smart 4. Learn how to manage debt and use Credit Cards. Understanding debt is the first step to managing it. We'll look at how credit cards work so you can more effectively shop around for one that meets your needs. Click this link to register.
September 6, Tuesday, 6 p.m. Telling Your Story. This class is geared to future homebuyers in the Habitat program. Nobody knows more than you what it takes to be a Habitat homeowner! Because of your first-hand knowledge, you are an expert marketer for our program. We'll talk about the ways you can share the story of your journey to homeownership. Click this link to register.
September 13, Tuesday, 6 p.m. Being a Good Neighbor. A happy neighborhood is one where neighbors respect each other. We'll look at how to create a community in your neighborhood and how to handle conflicts that might arise. Click this link to register.
September 20 NO CLASS
September 27, Tuesday, 6 p.m. Money Smart 5. We'll cover ways to build assets, including buying a car and getting training and education. Another important topic is how to recognize, respond to and reduce the risk of identity theft. Click this link to register.
If you have questions, please call (316) 269-0755 or email Katharine at [email protected]