Buying a home may be a great option and a good long-term investment, but only if you’re ready for the financial commitment and responsibility of home ownership. Buying a house is the largest financial investment you will probably make, so you want to make sure you’ve done your homework and are prepared to take that next step.
Maybe you already know what’s right for you, or maybe you’re trying to figure out the best option—either way, the more educated you are, the better informed you’ll be. More »
Whether you’re a first-time buyer or an experienced homeowner, buying a new home can be an exciting—but sometimes overwhelming—process. More »
If you think you can’t afford to buy a home, you may want to think again! Research shows that buyers don’t always know the facts when it comes to qualifying for a mortgage. More »
Buying a home is a big commitment. And after you’ve closed on your new home, the responsibilities of homeownership are really just beginning. More »
Finding an affordable mortgage that works within your budget might not be as hard as you think. Today's homebuyers and refinancers have many options to help them buy as well as maintain a home. More »
Condo Buyer's Guide NEW!
Condominiums, or condos, can be great alternatives to detached homes. This guide is designed to help you learn terms, questions, and obligations you should understand before you decide to buy a condo. More »
Let this HUD-approved online course guide you step-by-step through the homebuying process and help prepare you for homeownership. More »
Use this tool to help estimate your monthly mortgage payment. More »