Become a Certified HUD Housing Provider
Did you ever think you might be interested in becoming a certified HUD housing provider?
The process may be a lot easier than you think. A handbook may be obtained from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development for the requirements. The handbook will have the requirements that everyone must meet to receive HUD approval. The most important is you have to be doing this for a non-for-profit, which means you can not become a Certified HUD Housing Provider for any kind of a profit. Experience is the next requirement ythat you must meet to become a Certified HUD Housing Provider. In this line of work you will need at least one year of experience. The next requirement the US Department of Housing and Urban Development thinks you should have to become a Certified HUD Housing Provider is that you be in the community that you are interested in for at least a year so you will know about the area and the aspects of it to share with others.
The next requirement to becoming a Certified HUD Housing Provider is counseling. Counseling is a great aspect of the job to have so you are able to help the consumer in that way.
An application is reviewed at about 45 days of receiving your application. If HUD thinks that you may qualify as a Certified HUD Housing Provider approved agent a meeting can be sent up at that time between you and the HUD Housing local department. You will be informed with 60 days whether you are accepted or not as a Certified HUD Housing Provider.
The handbook may be requested by telephone during the weekdays between the hours of 8:00 a.
M. And 5:15 p. M. EST by calling (800) 767-7468. Any written requests should be addressed to the :
US Department of Housing and Urban Development
Distribution Section, Room B-100
451 Seventh Street, SW
Washington, DC 20410
Becoming a Certified HUD Housing Provider is a great way to help out your community as well as feeling good about yourself. You may find out more by contacting your local HUD Housing local department or by calling the US Department of Housing and Urban Development at the 1-800-767-7468 number listed above.