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The North & East Lubbock Community Development Corporation has been recognized as an Adopter by the National Industry Standards for Homeownership Counseling and Education.
As an Adopter, the NELCDC is committed to follow the standards for Homeownership Education and Counseling in daily business operations. For more information, visit the NELCDC profile at the National Industry Standards for Homeownership Counseling and Education website.
2018 Financial Literacy Workshop Schedule
NOTE: All classes are on Saturdays, 9am-4pm at the Lubbock Housing Authority - 1708 Crickets Ave (downtown Lubbock)
Cycle 1 - January 20 Cycle 2 -February 10 Cycle 3 - March 24
Cycle 4 - April 21 Cyce 5 - May 12 Cycle 6 - June 9
Cycle 7 - July 14 Cycle 8 - Auust 11 Cycle 9 - Sept 15
Cycle 10 - October 13 Cycle 11 - November 3 Cycle 12 - Dec 1
Click HERE to register for and upcoming 2018 financial literacy and homebuyer edcuation workshop. If you need details about these upcoming classes, please feel free to call NELCDC staff at (806) 747-5937 or browse to the financial literacy page for the workshop schedule.
HUD LAUNCHES NEW COMMUNITY INVESTMENT TOOL
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) today unveiled the Community Assessment Reporting Tool (CART) – an innovative reference and mapping tool created to help answer the question, “How is HUD investing in my community?” CART provides a snapshot of HUD investments across a community, cutting the time it takes to generate this information from several business days to minutes.
CART uses geospatial technology to show the wide variety of HUD investments by city, state, county, metropolitan area, or congressional district. It also provides an interactive mapping interface that allows users to explore HUD investments within their community and see property- and grant-level detail at a variety of geographies.
“This tool provides real-time information on HUD investments in communities across the country with just a few clicks,” said HUD Secretary Julián Castro. “In today’s 21st century global economy where information is needed almost immediately, HUD is committed to making our resources more accessible and easier to find.”
CART is available via Egis.hud.gov/cart and is responsive and mobile-friendly.