USDA Section 502 Packaging Certification Training for Affordable Housing Developers

We are proud to be a finalist for the Seed Capital Award in the Wells Fargo NEXT Awards for Opportunity Finance! We have been recognized for our innovative strategy to expand innovative consumer finance strategies in disinvested communities in the U.S.

This course is intended for and specifically framed for those experienced in utilizing Section 502 and/or other affordable housing mortgage products. Participants will learn regulations and practical applications of the loan program, while developing a strong understanding of 502 direct underwriting and packaging standards. Following the course, participants are encouraged to take the online certification exam.

The cost to attend this 3 day training is $250.  The training will be held at the Holiday Inn Midtown.  Rooms are available at the hotel at a discounted rate.

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As the network administrator of the Community Loan CenterAffordable Small-Dollar Loan Program (CLC), TCC has fostered  more than 10,000 loans as alternatives for expensive payday and auto title loans through local lenders.   The Community Loan Center has lent out over $9 million to Texans needing access to credit which has saved our borrowers more than $7 million compared to  payday and auto title loan.  For more information or to apply for a loan, please click below :


Texas Community Capital has assisted over 100 families become homeowners in rural Texas through our USDA 502 Direct Loan Consortium.

RELATED INFORMATION To see information about CDCs, CDFIs and the community development industry in Texas, visit the website of the Texas Association of Community Development Corporations (TACDC) at

To see what’s new in affordable housing at the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation, visit their website at

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Texas Community Capital (TCC) is a non-profit lending intermediary providing loan products and development services to Texas CDCs, CDFIs and other community development organizations. Conceptualized and initiated by the
Texas Association of Community Development Corporations (TACDC) and in partnership with the Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation (TSAHC), TCC’s purpose is to provide loan and investment products, development services, and other related activities to Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), community-based non-profit organizations and similar organizations, and the low-to-moderate income households they serve.  The mission of the Corporation is to provide specialized loan and investment products and services that promote economic and community development in under-served Texas Communities to enhance the quality of life of low-to-moderate income persons.