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You can earn a $56,482 annual salary as a Homeowners Specialist for Washington County CDA. This position is located in Saint Paul, MN.
- Bachelor's degree with coursework in economics, social work, counseling, or related field and moderate experience working in mortgage lending, real estate residential sales, social work, credit, financial or other housing counseling, housing assistance, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
- Ability to multitask and manage project time.
- Thorough skill composing standard reports, records and files related to homeownership and foreclosure.
- Thorough skill composing standard correspondence related to housing and homeownership.
- Thorough skill operating standard office equipment and related hardware and software.
- Thorough skill operating standard client management systems.
- Ability to display analytical and critical thinking skills.
- Ability to make mathematical calculations to arrive at a conclusion regarding a client's financial situation; ability to multitask and manage project time.
- Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing to sometimes aggravated clients.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, elected officials, outside agencies, similar professionals, and the general public.
- Ability to respect and relate well to people from varied backgrounds, understand diverse worldviews, and be sensitive to group differences.
- Ability to see diversity as an opportunity, and challenge bias and intolerance.
- Provides housing counseling services to residents facing mortgage foreclosure; works with, collaborates, and negotiates with third parties to troubleshoot homeowner or prospective homeowner concerns.
- Screens, interviews and provides information and counseling services to homeownership program participants including helping participants to develop household budget plans; analyzes and evaluates participant credit and household budgets to determine solutions and options for achieving or retaining homeownership by ascertaining housing needs, available resources and options.
- Continuously monitors participant's progress towards meeting housing goals. Keeps real estate agents, closers, lenders, attorneys, and homeowners informed of the sales process and attends closings, as applicable.
- Assists in the development and implementation of homeownership processes and procedures and keeps abreast of changes to the industry. Attends meetings, workshops, and conferences and keeps current on new programs that could serve program participants. Develops and maintains relationships with local housing professionals to ensure the agency is recognized within the community; assists with marketing to the local community.
- Plans for and facilitates educational programs that prevent foreclosure and prepare participants for the home buying process. Collects, analyzes and prepares reports of housing and foreclosure data; presents information to interested parties.
- Collects, analyzes, and prepares reports of housing and foreclosure data; presents information to interested parties.
- Assists in the implementation of marketing and outreach plan; prepares articles; updates and distributes homeownership marketing materials; and develops and presents to small and large groups.
- Assists with grants administration, including preparing grant applications and monitoring reports.
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