"Finally, HUD Has Affordable
Disability Housing"

HUD Can Help You Find: New Homes, 
Pre Owned Homes, Rentals, or Money to
 Fix-Up your current !"


Just added: A Guided Video Tour of Hud's 
Housing Web site, so You'll Know Exactly Where
to go to find what your new home.

Hi  Friend,

I know how difficult it is to deal with Government Agencies they
even declined to interview me but they do have access to some
great resources for housing.   

Because there's  just not allot of options for housing and HUD
does not go out of its way to make it easy for you to use I have
provided this break down of their services.

                                            All about HUD:
HUD's mission is to increase homeownership, support community
development and increase access to affordable housing free from
discrimination. To fulfill this mission, HUD will embrace high standards
of ethics, management and accountability and forge new
partnerships--particularly with faith-based and community organizations
that leverage resources and improve HUD's ability to be effective on
the community level.

HUD provides funding to local and national organizations 
like Catholic Charities USA to address the affordable housing issue.
So when access the Hud web site don't be alarmed if you are directed 
to one of HUD's affiliates.    

Point is you can find housing ....and lots of it... 

Please remember your working with a government agency
so to get what you want  you need to be VERY PERSISTENT
.....the Squeaky wheel gets the Grease 

Counselor  
- Find a housing counselor near you -
free or low-cost counseling
services for buying, renting, defaults, foreclosures, credit issues
and reverse mortgages.

Renting
-  Renting - tips and programs

-  Get rental help in your state - find subsidized apartments, public
housing agencies and other state and local resources

Buying
- Buying a home - what everyone needs to know about buying a home

-  Let FHA loans help you

-  Homeownership where you live - find local resources and programs
that can help you buy and maintain a home

Nine steps to buying a home

1. Figure out how much you can afford

2. Know your rights

3. Shop for a loan

4. Learn about home buying programs

5. Shop for a home

6. Make an offer

7. Get a home inspection

8. Shop for homeowners insurance

9. Sign papers


Step 1: Figure out how much you can afford
What you can afford depends on your income, credit rating, current monthly
expenses, down payment and the interest rate. The calculators below can help,
but it is best to visit a lender to find out for sure.

-  How much home can you afford?

-  Buying vs. Renting

Need help with your down payment and/or closing costs?

- Homeb uying programs in your state

A housing counselor can help you figure out how to manage

and pay off your debt, and start saving for that down payment!

- Find a housing counselor near you


Step 2: Know your rights

-  Fair Housing: Equal Opportunity for All - brochure

-  Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA)

-  Borrower's rights

-  Predatory lending


Home Repair Programs

-  FHA's 203k loan - this loan for fixer-uppers can also be used to make
improvements for accessibility

-  Property improvement loan (Title 1)

-  More about home improvement and grant programs

-  Local home repair programs

Need help with your down payment and/or closing costs?

- Home buying programs in your state

A housing counselor can help you figure out how to manage

and pay off your debt, and start saving for that down payment!

- Find a housing counselor near you

Step 2: Know your rights

-  Fair Housing: Equal Opportunity for All - brochure

-  Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act (RESPA)

-  Borrower's rights

-   Predatory lending

Check out this Video's tour of the HUD site so your 
now how to find what your looking for
Click Here

To go to HUD's disability specific housing site Click Here 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


I hope you find these tools helpful in finding your new home
.

Happy House Hunting


Brian Therrien

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