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HOWNW.com™ is a free consumer resource committed to offering information without obligation. Find resources for becoming a homeowner, applying for loans, working with a Realtor®, a real estate glossary, and more.
HOWNW.com™ was created to make buyers aware of home purchase programs. Many of these programs are available to individuals or households whose income is below a certain amount.
There are many types of homebuyer seminars. While they all serve various needs only those that meet the educational requirements, when homebuyer education is required to use a specific program, are listed on this site.
Are you having problems paying your mortgage? Learn how to avoid foreclosure and keep your home. Also, warning signs of foreclosure rescue scams.Learn More
Resources for improving credit, avoiding predatory lenders, and ensuring that your home is healthy and safe from hazardous materials and environmental concerns.Learn More
90 percent of Oregonians surveyed said they feel it’s important to have services allowing them to age in place. Visit our Forever Home/Aging in Place page for financial, homeownership and renovation resources.Learn More
Knowledge is said to open doors. This is literally true when it comes to buying a home. To become a first-time homebuyer, you need to know where and how to begin the homebuying process. The following questions and answers have been carefully selected to give you a foundation of basic knowledge.Learn More
Senior Resource Fair Hosted by Multnomah County Commissioner Jessica Vega Pederson The office of Mulnomah County Commissioner Jessica Vega Pederson will host a senior resource fair in partnership with Elders in Action. Multonmah County and its partner organizations provide many important services to older adults in our community, but too often it can be difficult […]
Staff has been advised of the following changes to homebuying programs listed on HOWNW.com™: • The maximum annual household income allowed for the Portland Housing Bureau Home Repair Loan has increased from 80% of Portland’s Area Median Income (AMI 2017) to 120%. See details HERE.
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