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CreditSmart Asian

CreditSmart Asian LogoCreditSmart Asian is a three-part series of multilingual guidebooks focused on helping Asian Americans become more informed consumers. Available in Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese and English, the guidebooks provide valuable and culturally relevant information on establishing and maintaining good credit, the steps to homeownership, and the benefits and responsibilities of owning a home.

The series begins with The Importance of Good Credit, based largely on Freddie Mac's award-winning CreditSmart curriculum. Steps to Homeownership walks the consumer through the process, from loan application to post-closing, dispelling common myths and building the consumer's confidence along the way. Homeowner Benefits and Responsibilities provides priceless information on protecting the home investment through home maintenance, money management, and avoiding financial traps.

Download the books:

CreditSmart Asian (English):
The Importance of Good Credit
Steps to Homeownership
Homeowner Benefits and Responsibilities

CreditSmart Asian (Chinese):
The Importance of Good Credit
Steps to Homeownership
Homeowner Benefits and Responsibilities

CreditSmart Asian (Vietnamese):
The Importance of Good Credit
Steps to Homeownership
Homeowner Benefits and Responsibilities

CreditSmart Asian (Korean):
The Importance of Good Credit
Steps to Homeownership
Homeowner Benefits and Responsibilities

CreditSmart Asian Ambassadors

Freddie Mac is working with following nonprofit organizations to implement CreditSmart Asian in the local communities. Please contact the following organizations to identify the local communities that they serve.

AAFE Community Development Fund
Asian Real Estate Association of America
Boat People SOS, Inc.
Korean Churches for Community Development
National Asian Pacific Center on Aging
National Coalition for Asian Pacific American Community Development
National Congress of Vietnamese Americans
National Korean American Service & Education Consortium

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