Preparing for HomeOwnership
Pathfinder Services HomeOwnership Center has a team dedicated to making sure those we served are prepared to purchase a home, are educated on available loan programs, are financially fit to take on a mortgage, can keep their budgets on track to sustain a home, and understand the homebuying process from pre-purchase to post-purchase and beyond.
What are the benefits of working with the Pathfinder HomeOwnership Center?
The certified staff of Pathfinder Services will guide and educate you throughout the process. We can help you become mortgage eligible by credit coaching, budgeting, advising, etc. We will also help you compare mortgage options to fit your needs.
Pathfinder Services HomeOwnership Center has certified counselors and licensed loan originators who will help people find all available first-time homebuyer options to determine the best choice.
Pathfinder Services HomeOwnership Center has certified counselors who develop customized plans to help people prepare to purchase a home.
Pathfinder Services HomeOwnership Center has in-person and online programs to help those we serve gain the knowledge and confidence needed to purchase a home.
Pathfinder Services HomeOwnership Center offers USDA Direct Loans for those with very low to low income and ISDA Guarantee Loans for those with low to moderate income.
Pathfinder Services HomeOwnership Center offers Individual Development Accounts (IDAs), which are matched savings accounts for those eligible to deposit money and receive a match up to four times that amount.
Pathfinder Services HomeOwnership Center helps people take the first steps toward financial stability through in-person and online money management workshops.
Her daughter is in the Varsity Singers at Huntington North High School and her son is serving our country in the US Navy. Tosha is also a proud homeowner thanks to her hard work and guidance from the Pathfinder HomeOwnership Center, a NeighborWorks HomeOwnership Center.
Tosha contacted the Pathfinder HomeOwnership Center in March of 2014 to see if she might be able to afford to stop renting. Like…