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Buying A New Home

Information about your rights and options when buying a new home.

Homeownership Education Program

Program to Help First Time Home Buyers

Housing Opportunities Made Equal (H.O.M.E.)

HOME in a non-profit organization that seeks to ensure equal access to housing for all people.

Looking for the Best Mortgage

Click above to read how to find the best mortgage from the Housing and Urban Development Website.

100 Questions and Answers about Buying a New Home

Click about to enter the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's website to see questions and answers about buying a new home.

Virginia Fair Housing Office

This link directs you to the Virginia Fair Housing Office's website.

Virginia Housing Directory

Listing of housing resources that is specific to the area a person lives.

Fair Housing

Generally, a landlord may rent or refuse to rent for any reason at all – good reason, bad reason, or no reason – as long as it is not a prohibited reason. However, there are exceptions to this rule if you are in a protected class covered by the Fair Housing Law. This document contains information on the Fair Housing Law.

Owning a Home

Use this website to help you with your home buying process. Just starting out? Learn what to expect and how to get a great deal. About to close? A checklist makes it less stressful.

Virginia Fair Housing Office

This link directs you to the Virginia Fair Housing Office's website.

New Protection for Virginians with Serious Medical Conditions

Virginia utility customers who have a serious medical condition, or who share a household with a family member with a serious medical condition, now can get a reprieve from cutoffs when they cannot pay their water or electricity bills on time.

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