COVID-19 Update

Due to concerns over COVID-19, the NWMT office is closed to in-person traffic at this time and all of our staff is working remotely. This is true for our partner network as well, but we will continue to offer all homebuyer services via phone and web conferencing. Please contact Kristin at (406) 604-4558 or by email [email protected], if you have any questions or concerns. Thank you!

Online Homebuyer Education

While online education cannot replace the experience of an in-person class, the education provided through eHome America classes provide a comprehensive education on the homebuying journey. Another great benefit to online education is that you can truly take it at your own pace because it gives you the ability to log in and out of your account at any time. There are also resources available that will benefit you once you have purchased a home.

In order to receive your homebuyer education class certificate of completion you will need to complete a one-on-one appointment with one of our HUD-certified housing counselors. This appointment can be done in-person, over the phone, or virtually and can generally be made to fit your schedule.

eHome America is HUD-certified and has adopted NeighborWorks America’s national industry standards. Temporary discounts have been made available to all who want to take online homebuyer education through eHome, using the code NWMT24, making the class only $75.

Once you’ve completed the course you will receive instructions for connecting with the housing counselor in your area to complete your one-on-one counseling session.

Questions? – contact Kristen Bernard at (406) 604-4558 or by email at [email protected].

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Class Cost: $99 normally, but enter the discount code NWMT24 while registering to only pay $75 today!

As a secondary option for online homebuyer education, NeighborWorks Montana also partners with Framework.
If you prefer to take Framework, please CLICK HERE to register.

Homebuyer Education and Financial Fitness classes are funded in part by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Montana Housing,
Montana Department of Commerce, NeighborWorks® Montana, and philanthropic donors.