Kansas Home Ownership & Mortgage Education (K-HOME)

Homeownership education provides you with the information and resources you need to navigate the home buying process, and make informed decisions that support sustainable homeownership.

We have partnered with eHomeAmerica to provide the nation’s #1 online homebuyer education course to all homebuyers, regardless of income. 

Available in English and Spanish, this course is based on NeighborWorks America’s Realizing the American Dream curriculum and meets the National Industry Standards for homebuyer education.

The course takes approximately 4 to 5 hours to complete and requires a one-time registration fee of $99*. A minimum of one homeownership counseling session must be completed in order to receive the eHomeAmerica course certificate of completion.

*Talk to your realtor or lender about covering this expense.

 Key Features:

  • Complete at your own pace 
  • Animated videos covering all materials
  • Easy-to-read content
  • Quizzes throughout the course to ensure understanding
  • Instant access to certified homeownership and financial counselors

For more information, please contact Diane Crabtree at 620-662-8370 ext. 719 or email dianec@interfaithks.org.

 
  "I am so thankful for Interfaith Housing helping me to become a self employed nail technician. To be able to make my own schedule to be home with my son more is a great blessing." - Tami

"I am so thankful for Interfaith Housing helping me to become a self employed nail technician. To be able to make my own schedule to be home with my son more is a great blessing." - Tami

  “This program helped me get through my social work degree, and allowed me to have minimal debt. Once I graduate, I can pay it forward by serving the community.” - Connor

“This program helped me get through my social work degree, and allowed me to have minimal debt. Once I graduate, I can pay it forward by serving the community.” - Connor

  “We had been taught to avoid debt at all costs, so we didn’t have any debt going into the program. We learned to leverage debt in order to build a credit history in preparation for our purchase.” - Kelsi

“We had been taught to avoid debt at all costs, so we didn’t have any debt going into the program. We learned to leverage debt in order to build a credit history in preparation for our purchase.” - Kelsi