Sharonview Financial Education Classes

Education to ensure the financial security & stability of our partnering families

Habitat for Humanity of Gaston County requires all of our homeowners to participate in the Sharonview Financial Education classes to ensure the financial security and stability of our partnering families.

Fundamentals of Financial Freedom

Understanding Debt

Credit and Credit Reports

How to Rebuild Credit

The World of Credit Cards

Psychology of Spending

Identity Theft

Auto Buying 101

Understanding the Road to Homeownership

Money Management Through Transitions

Kids and Money

5 Ways to Save for Retirement


All materials are included for each program

In person classes: once a month on Mondays 5:30-6:30pm


More Learning for Families

Prospective homeowners also learn simple interior and exterior home maintenance, how to be a good neighbor and how to teach children how to handle money. Other areas addressed in Homeowner Education include:

  • Wills and Powers of Attorney
  • The Habitat Mortgage
  • Taxes
  • Predatory Lending