Online Classes

Online Homebuyer Education

To start the process of being prepared for homeownership and participate in the homeownership education online course, prospective homebuyers can access the online learning at or contact CHC at (904) 355-2837.

CHC Intake Forms – PDF documents

Our Mission

To improve the quality of life and economic opportunities of low to moderate income individuals and families through development, management and preservation of affordable housing; by promoting neighborhood based education, economic development and advocating for social equality in our neighborhood and communities and maintaining their goals of homeownership.

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Quick Links/Resources

American Association of Retired Persons
Information on issues affecting individuals age 50 and older. Special sections
on housing issues including reverse mortgages and predatory lending.

Benefits Check-Up
A helpful website for seniors to see if they qualify for state or federal help.
Sponsored by the National Council on Aging.

Credit Report

Department of Veterans Affairs – VA
Specific information for individuals who are veterans of military service.
Information on housing, VA loans, medical benefits, VA/Government employment
information and special programs for veterans.

First Gov
Internet gateway to Federal government agencies and online services including
forms, regulations and phone directories.

Federal Trade Commission
Consumer information site highlight and reviews of consumer fraud, waste and abuse.

Foreclosure Prevention

Help for America’s Homeowners -

Home Buying Guides
A variety of tools to assist potential homebuyers. Offered in six different
languages and sponsored by the Fannie Mae Foundation, this website offers
brochures, mortgage calculators, and a link to a lender locator on the Fannie
Mae website.

Identity Theft
Information to protect yourself from identity theft. Sponsored by the Federal
Trade Commission.

The official US government site for people with Medicare

Seniors Blue Book
Offers information to guide seniors and their families in making wise and
informed decisions about senior housing and services to preserve and enhance
the quality of life of elders.

State Agencies
Florida Housing Assistance
One Time Emergency Financial Assistance

Tax Saving Strategies -

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
Wide variety of housing information; government policies/regulations for
government insured loans, new homebuyer information, database of housing
counseling agencies for all of the United States, funding news, community
housing development information and fair housing information.

United Way 211. The 2-1-1 System connects people with
needed human services through an easy to remember three-digit phone number, the
web and a variety of community interactions. When someone connects with 2-1-1,
specially trained information and referral specialists analyze what services
are needed and provide the appropriate resource and related information.
Currently more than 65% of the U.S. population has access to 2-1-1, with more
systems going live each month.

United States Rural Development
Rural Development provides information about home loans and grants in rural