Worth a Visit: Sites Off-PATH
There's a lot of good information out there. The curious will never be bored.
Homeownership Calculators: Ginnie Mae provides three calculators to help you determine if you should buy or rent, how much home you can afford, and how much a loan will cost.
100 Questions and Answers about Buying a Home: This HUD guide helps you go through the financial decisions that you must make.
Local Homebuying Programs: All of your local and statewide homebuying programs for lower and middle class families are listed on this HUD website.
Building Construction Glossary: A thorough database of building terminology.
National Association of Home Builders: The NAHB guides you step-by-step through the building process and explains many of the steps unique to the home building process.
Settlement Costs and Information: This HUD website provides information on what to expect when you are closing on a house.
ENERGY STAR Cost Calculators: Use these calculators to determine how much you'll save on ENERGY STAR qualified products. (Scroll down to the bottle of the page to 'Residential Products').
Content updated on 5/25/2007