Category Archives: Blog

  • How to bid on a HUD home

    The houses of the Department of Housing and Urban Development USA (US Department of Housing and Urban Development, or HUD) are available throughout the United States. The HUD home can be sold without an auction minimal. Usually provide a means for families with limited incomes to repair a house and then occupy a lower cost of market value. If »more

  • Inspection rights owner under HUD housing

    If you are a tenant or owner under agreement HUD, that unit where the tenant uses a Section 8 voucher, the rules for access to the property owners is clearly stated. If, as an owner, you think you have the right to inspect the place, you are protected by clear rules issued by HUD. Reasons You »more

  • How to buy a house with bad credit in Washington DC

    You can buy a house in Washington DC with bad credit by cleaning your credit report and improve your credit score as much as possible. Lots of free advice available in Washington DC to help you to access the home. Credit Counseling Make an appointment with a credit counseling agency nonprofit in Washington DC, as the Consumer Credit »more

  • Help for first low-income homebuyers

    Buying a home is not something unattainable and those who do first have some advantages. If you did not buy or you were interested in a home in the last three years, you may qualify for rates lower interest rate or less fees. Also, you can qualify for a grant. FHA The Authority Federal Housing (FHA), also known as HUD, »more

  • The descended numbers of homeless in the US

    The number of homeless in the United States fell 3.7 percent in 2013 and remained in 610.042, the lowest figure of the past decade, according to data from the report “State of the homeless 2013” released Thursday. The homeless rate stood at 19 per 10,000 inhabitants, compared to 20 per 10,000 inhabitants in 2012, when »more