“HomeKeeper is worth the cost. I do not know how a small active program could better invest a few thousand dollars.
– HomeKeeper User”
Pricing for HomeKeeper depends on whether or not you are managing a homeownership program, a housing counseling program, or both. There is a discount for organizations who use both the Homeownership and Housing Counseling features.
Pricing for Homeownership Programs
For the homeownership program features, non-profit organizations pay a $3,500 one-time enrollment fee and an annual member fee ($2,500-$4,000) for the first year.
- Pre-Meeting & Setup Interview
- Initial setup and configuration
- Orientation and further customization training
- Initial connection setup to the Hub
- Does not include: data migration, advanced customization, multi-program setup, multi-layout setup
One-Time Enrollment Fee:
- Access to Knowledge Base and forums
- Ability to suggest ideas and vote
- Access to HomeKeeper and new versions as released (approx annually)
- Online webinars and office hours (approx. monthly)
- Email Support
- Annual performance benchmarking report for up to 5 programs
View a full description of our Training and Support Schedule. Read more about the benefits of membership.
Annual Member Fees:
Are you a public agency? Below is base pricing for public agencies.
Pricing for Housing Counseling
We are currently enrolling agencies interested in using HomeKeeper for their Housing Counseling Programs. Housing Counseling organizations pay $2,500 to get up and running and $1,000 a year. Learn more.
HomeKeeper provides tremendous value for you, your programs and your organization. To date, we have invested grant funding and member fees to build and support a system that reflects your needs. We too are a non-profit, so funds raised from new memberships will help us with the costs of maintaining HomeKeeper and providing you with the support you need. Please let us know how we can help show you the return on your investment and justify the cost of joining and renewing your membership to your board or funders.
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