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that depends, where are you taking your class? where you want to purchase?. Some programs have a dedicated geographical area that they cover as well as income guidelines for qualification. I would ask the program coordinator for the specifics. Hope this helps, email@example.com
You could probably get as much or more information in a 30 min conversation with a mortgage broker or loan officer. Most mortgage programs don't require a course.
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