Buying a home can be complicated and intimidating, so it’s our goal to make the process clear and straightforward by providing Nevadans with the tools they need to successfully purchase a home and remain proud homeowners for years to come – simply follow the road map below to help you on your path to successful, responsible homeownership! If you are participating in one of our Home At Last™ programs, the homebuyer education course is a requirement.
Step 1 – Complete Your Homebuyer Education
Online Homebuyer Education Course
For those who are ready to learn more about the process of buying a home, the Nevada Rural Housing Authority’s Home At Last™ course discusses everything from credit requirements and budgeting to final home inspections. Get started now by clicking the link below – we offer the courses in English and Spanish.
Upcoming Home At Last™ Homebuyer 101 Courses (All are FREE to Attend)
HUD-Certified Courses Are Preferred
Attending a HUD-certified class or online course is an excellent way to prepare for successful homeownership. All of the courses provided by the following providers meet the Home At Last™ homebuyer education requirements:
- Financial Guidance Center
- Chicanos por la Causa
- Women’s Development Center
- Housing for Nevada
- Community Services of NV
- Finally Home
- Additional HUD approved agencies
- Neighborhood Housing Services Southern Nevada
- Nevada Partners
Step 2 – Prequalify for Home At Last™ with an Approved Lender
Step 3 – Select a Real Estate Agent
Step 4 – Shop For Your New Home
Step 5 – Share Your Home At Last™ Success Story
Complete “After the Close” Course Online
This course provides new homeowners with the information and resources they need to help keep their home and finances in great condition, and includes everything from budgeting information to maintenance tips. If you’ve closed on your home using one of the Home At Last™ programs, and you complete this course within 60 days after purchasing your home, you will receive a gift card as our way of saying thanks for taking this important step to becoming a responsible homeowner.