New Hampshire Housing Launches New Website!
Take the Guess Work Out of Buying Your First Home
To take the guess work, confusion, and anxiety out of becoming a home owner, New Hampshire Housing has launched a new website, GoNewHampshireHousing.com.
GoNewHampshireHousing.com walks buyers through the home ownership process step-by-step and helps answer important questions such as:
- Am I ready for home ownership?
- How much home can I afford?
- Do I qualify for a New Hampshire Housing mortgage and/or its other helpful programs?
- How do I go about finding a home to buy?
- How do I locate a good lender or real estate professional to work with?
- What should I do to protect myself from buying a home with severe defects?
- What do I do after my loan closes and I move into my first home?
“Guiding first-time buyers through the complex process of purchasing their first home is an important part of what we do as an agency,” said Dean J. Christon, executive director of New Hampshire Housing. “Go NewHampshireHousing.com will provide buyers with valuable information to help them prepare for home ownership, help them safely navigate the home buying process, and help them become successful home owners.”
Last Chance To Sign Up!
Don’t miss your chance to sign up for our FREE one-credit elective course!
On Thursday July 14th from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm New Hampshire Housing will be offering its newly approved 1-credit real estate course titled “All You Need to Know About New Hampshire Housing.” The course, which runs approximately 1.5 hours, will help you understand New Hampshire Housing’s first-time home buyer financing program.
By taking the class you will learn:
- how we assist first-time home buyers with our unique home ownership programs;
- about our free home buyer education;
- about our programs to help with repairs (Great for those REOs);
- and about our down payment assistance programs
As a bonus, real estate agents who attend New Hampshire Housing’s FREE 1-credit CEU class will be listed on our new website for up to 1 year.
To register online to attend one of these free course offerings go to http://www.nhhfa.org/bp_retrain.cfm.
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