Economic Opportunity – (Homeownership Support)
Education, Housing Counseling, and Financial Services
The Economic Opportunity (Homeownership Support) Department is a central piece of Hacienda’s vision for families and individuals who are looking to improve or preserve their financial outlook, literacy and assets. As a team of financial coaches and a HUD-approved housing counseling agency, we provide group education and one-on-one coaching to the community-at-large.
Our work is powered by the vision of a community in which families can empower themselves to build assets, become financially literate, and set themselves up for the future. Through client-focused financial coaching, intensive financial education courses, and active asset and credit building, we are making our community a place everyone can call home.
– Pre-purchase and default prevention counseling
– Home mortgages
– Lending circles
Office hours: Monday / FRIDAY 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
NO OFFICE HOURS. PLEASE CALL (503) 961-6432 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hacienda’s Default Intervention Program provides support to homeowners at risk of foreclosure. Our certified housing counselors work with those struggling financially to identify and explore all available options based on their specific situations. Learn More
Do you need a loan to purchase a home? Do you already own a home, but want to refinance to consolidate debt, pay for college, or do home repairs? You can now get your home loan through Hacienda CDC. Learn More
Camino a Casa prepares prospective homebuyers for homeownership. Clients work closely with financial coaches and HUD-certified housing counselors throughout the entirety of the home-buying process. In addition to mortgage-readiness and financial fitness workshops, we provide constant and various opportunities for down-payment assistance. Learn More
Hacienda’s Lending Circles turn a common and ancient practice- borrowing money with family and friends- into a safe, powerful credit and savings building opportunity. Lending circles (also known as tandas, susu, cundinas, and pandeiros in other countries) help participants raise money for necessities or to pay off other high-interest loans, small business expenses, get a car, etc. Learn More