Looking for a home buyers guide? ACCC can help.
Buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions you’ll ever make, so it makes sense to consult a home buyers guide before you start the home buying process.
A home buyers guide can provide advice for first time buyers as well as buyers who are getting back into the market. Buying a house isn’t something you do every day, so even if you’ve purchased homes in the past, it makes sense to take advantage of the home buying tips, strategies and homebuyer education a home buyers guide can offer.
From information on complicated mortgage products to a breakdown of the steps involved in purchasing a property, a home buyers guide can help you get a handle on everything you need to know to make smart decisions as you realize your dream of homeownership.
When searching for comprehensive advice as you jump into the housing market, American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC) offers a home buyers guide that’s available both online and in-person.
ACCC’s home buyers guide: everything you need to know
ACCC is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping consumers achieve financial health through credit counseling, debt management services and education about credit, housing and other financial topics.
Consumers coming to ACCC for a home buyers guide will find pre-purchase housing counseling, a first time home buyer course and a wealth of workshops, information, resources and tools for successfully navigating the home buying process.
Our home buyers guide includes both online and in-person classes that can help you meet the requirements for certain lending programs. Each course is designed to be user-friendly and can be completed at your own pace. Our online home buyers guide can even be completed on your smart phone or tablet, enabling you to take your course with you wherever you go.
What you’ll learn with ACCC’s home buyers guide
When you come to ACCC for a home buyers guide, you can:
- Learn how your credit score may affect the mortgage products you qualify for and how to improve your credit rating.
- Understand the difference between mortgage products and how to choose the right product for you.
- Get tools to help you budget for a mortgage payment and save for a down payment.
- Be directed to federal programs for low-interest loans for qualified home buyers.
To learn more about a home buyers guide, contact ACCC or if you are looking for answers to questions like “What is a reverse mortgage?”