MAMP Event to Feature hoMEworks Presentation

The Maine Association of Mortgage Professionals will welcome Maine hoMEworks Treasurer Sharon Brobst at its upcoming breakfast meeting on December 11 at the Portland Country Club.  Event registration is open to both members and nonmembers.

Brobst will provide an overview of hoMEworks’ statewide program to educate Mainers about the homebuying process. hoMEworks courses are administered by industry professionals and include representatives from Maine credit unions.

About hoMEworks

hoMEworks began in 1998 when a group of homeownership professionals from private, non-profit, and government organizations joined together in support of consumer education for homebuyers. Its mission is to develop standardized, comprehensive, homeownership education programs that can be delivered by a network of industry professionals in neutral environments throughout Maine. The hoMEworks board consists of the Maine Credit Union League and nonprofit and private sector organizations including the Maine Association of Mortgage Professionals, Maine Association of Realtors, Maine Bankers Association, Maine Community Action Association, and Maine Housing, as well as other housing industry professionals.

To learn more about hoMEworks’ courses and share the benefits of taking a homeownership course with your members, visit the website for downloadable materials and a schedule of events.