Free Home Buying Resource For All Home Buyers: - Your First Step To Buying A Home

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Find Concise Summaries on HUD Approved State specific Down Payment Assistance Program Information for all Home Buyers, especially First Time Buyers. Financial Tools for Home Buyers including mortgage calculators, extensive education on home loans, FHA home loans, buying and selling real estate, fixing credit to improve scores, debt negotiation and more. In depth information to aide homeowners in preparing their own loan modification package to present to their mortgage company.

We provide useful information to help our readers make their own sound financial decisions and help them find mortgage programs that serve and satisfy their needs.

Free education for home buyers seeking home buying information including down payment assistance and first time home buyer programs is available at is a free, comprehensive website featuring many home buying tips for home buyers and owners.

In one of the site's latest sections, called Down Payment Assistance, home buyers in all 50 states can find a summary of their state's HUD sponsored Down Payment Assistance Programs as well as First Time Home Buyer Programs.

The most recent information added to relates to the new Fannie Mae HomePath Financing Program which is a mortgage program designed for home buyers looking to purchase a Fannie Mae foreclosed home.

The value of the information found in GetPreQualified is that it is a one stop shop for home buyers and home sellers looking for information on the home buying process. For example, home buyers can learn how to use the new 2009 $8,000 Home Buyer Tax Credit with the Fannie Mae HomePath Mortgage Program to buy a foreclosed HUD Home or a FNMA repossessed home for no money down.

"We offer gritty, grassroots insights into what is really out there in the mortgage, real estate and credit worlds," President Dale Stouffer said. "We provide useful information to help our readers make their own sound financial decisions and help them find mortgage programs that serve and satisfy their needs." also carries a broad range of information for the homeowner or home buyer including:

Steps to Buying A Home - A Comprehensive Home Buying Guide from the perspective of either contacting a mortgage company first or a real estate company first.

How To: Fix My Credit, Establish Credit, Debt Settlement, Get Free Credit Report - These sections provide basic information about each of these topics as they relate to home buying and improving the reader's financial situation.

Loan Modification and Mortgage Refinance Help - Thorough Loan Modification and Refinancing sections that are designed to assist home owners who face foreclosure, have mortgages like an adjustable rate mortgage or an interest only loan, have upside down mortgages and home values gain insights as to their options to prevent foreclosure and put themselves in a better financial situation.

Besides the extensive library on mortgages, credit and real estate, offers other useful information such as: Money Saving Tips, Going Green around the Home, Going Solar Around the Home, General information on Home, Health, Life, Auto, and Long Term Insurance, Buying and Selling Cars, and an ever growing list of Frequently Asked Questions received by readers. welcomes writing contributions from interested parties in subject areas related to those found on the website.

Learn more about by visiting the website or calling Dale Stouffer, President, at 480-226-3020 or Dave Mason, VP of Marketing at 602-405-0596.


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