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Courses in this Department

How Ready Are You to Buy a Home?

Determining Your Dream Home and Finding It!

Factory Built Homes Are Worth a Look

Purchase Manufactured Homes with FHA Loan

How to Buy a Foreclosed Home

Pros and Cons of Corner Lots

Know the Neighborhood Before You Buy

Tune in to an Open House on the Radio

Finding a Qualified Broker or Agent

Shopping for a Loan and Choosing a Lender

How to Improve Your Credit

How to Survive the Loan Application Process

Making an Offer and Signing Contracts

Cancel Your Contract in 3 Days

Understanding the Closing/Settlement Process

Choosing Home Inspection and Settlement Professionals

Double Check Your New Home - The Walkthrough

Know Your Consumer Rights

Seniors Have Many Housing Opportunities

Preparing for the Big Day -- Relocating Moving

Make Your Home Your Castle - Cost Effective Redecorating Ideas


Pop Quiz

True or False:

1. Other than the contract and loan papers, there isn't much that goes into a settlement.
True False

2. A home inspection is a structural/electrical/mechanical study of the home. It doesn't look for cosmetic changes.
True False

3. Home inspections are required when purchasing a home.
True False

4. A home inspection only considers the house, but not the property, for potential problems or hazards
True False .

5. Home inspections are the only inspections I will need.
True False

6. Settlement attorneys will not name a price for the home, but will help me negotiate a better deal.
True False

7. It is not enough to go by recommendations, especially from the seller, for settlement professionals. I have to check them out myself and ensure that they are impartial.
True False

8. If I have a complicated real estate deal, I should get an attorney.
True False

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