The Housing Development Fund, Inc. Way.
Thinking about buying a home of your own can be as confusing and stressful as it is exciting. What if there was someone who would be your partner from start to finish – an expert with your best interests at heart – working to make sure you have everything you need to make smart home buying decisions?
Housing Development Fund, Inc., a NeighborWorks organization, is all that and more. As a nonprofit, one-stop shop for homebuyers, our mission is to find you the best possible options for the home that's right for you.
Housing Development Fund, Inc. gives you the confidence that comes with knowing you have someone in your corner until the day you get the keys to your own home. And we'll be there with you for years to come, building great communities, one dream home at a time.
Buying a Home
Is Homeownership Right For Me?
Buying a Home: Fees and Costs
Purchasing a home will require that you pay a variety of fees and costs though these can vary based on the market. The costs listed below include the typical costs most homebuyers will encounter during the homebuying process.
Who's Important in the Home Buying Process?
Most importantly, YOU! One of the most important steps in the home buying process is for you to build the team of professionals who will work with you. You can ask family, friends and coworkers or work with your
Housing Development Fund, Inc. homeownership advisor for a referral. Your homeownership advisor may also be able to provide you with a list of industry professionals for your review.
Owning a Home
Owning your own home brings not only the personal satisfaction of reaching your goal of a place of your own, but also presents new obligations and financial advantages. Luckily, you are not on your own!
Housing Development Fund, Inc. is your partner in homeownership.
Owning a home takes time and hard work, and is perhaps the greatest financial investment you will make, so it is essential that you protect your new asset through home safety precautions, sound household budgeting and regular home maintenance. As you pay down your mortgage over time, you have the satisfaction of knowing that you are building equity for the future.