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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. Foreclosure sales almost always involve properties in poor condition.
True False

2. Sellers often are willing to agree to better terms and a lower price in a foreclosure sale than a standard home sale.
True False

3. Buyers should always obtain a professional home inspection prior to settlement on a foreclosure sale.
True False

4. Foreclosed homes vary from detached homes to townhouses and condominiums in a range of neighborhoods.
True False

5. Foreclosures are always found on the Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
True False

6. Most agencies maintain an inventory of foreclosed homes on the Internet.
True False

7. Most agencies sell foreclosed homes through local real estate brokers.
True False

8. HUD, Freddie Mac and VA offer buyer financing.
True False

9. Sellers of foreclosed homes always warranty the condition of the home.
True False

10. Buyers should work through brokers who are knowledgeable and experienced in foreclosure sales.
True False

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