The Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America helps people who normally can’t qualify for a home loan to become home owners. You can learn more about how this nonprofit agency helps people buy houses in this article.
While NACA’s goal is to provide financial assistance to lower-income Americans, there aren’t any income limitations for becoming a member. You can learn more about how to become a member of NACA by reading this article.
Foreclosing on a home involves several steps, disclosures and legal filings. Much like a purchase, the process can be long and stressful. So how do these complex transactions leave the door open for fraud?
The mortgage crisis has forced many homeowners into foreclosure, and this comes with an added risk: Con artists use a variety of fraud schemes that target the people and lenders involved in foreclosure. What are some examples of this fraud?
Selling a home is hard enough, but selling a home with pet damage is even more difficult. So before you list your home, there are several repairs you definitely have to make before buyers ever step foot inside.
A certificate of appropriateness must be issued by a historic preservation committee to approve any additions or changes to a building in a historic district. Learn about certificates of appropriateness in this article.