Say you’ve been working a few years, have good credit and have been able to put a little money aside. You like where you live and want to stay in the area for a while. You feel ready to buy a house. So, do you settle for something that’s available and you can afford right now, or do you hold out for the perfect Jacuzzi tub, granite countertop, steel appliance-filled home?


Guide to buying a home

Owning your very own home is a pretty amazing experience, but at times, there can be a small problem: The process of buying it can be a bit overwhelming. If you’re either a homebuying rookie or a seasoned homebuyer in need of a refresher course, we have just the

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We want you to succeed, plain and simple. That’s why the Nevada Housing Division requires participants in our Home Is Possible programs to take and pass a homebuyer education

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The homebuying season is upon us—traditionally, the spring and summer months. Given that the process of buying a house can be lengthy, detailed and sometimes daunting, we’re sharing five tips that homebuying newbies and been-there-done-that homebuyers alike should follow

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If you’re a first-time homebuyer and qualifying for a home loan presents an uphill battle, a high debt-to-income (DTI) ratio may be to blame. As luck would have it, we can help you level the playing field with our

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We love helping homebuyers morph into homeowners. Consequently, we talk about our homebuyer programs with great zeal. (And yes, frequency.)

Today, we’re mixing things up by sharing

Las Vegas real estate agent Alison Rachiell was a teacher for 10 years in Las Vegas and she’s also a native Nevadan, so she’s especially excited about NHD’s new Home Is Possible (HIP) For Teachers program.

“I think it’s great when somebody is dedicating their energy and time to teaching,” Rachiell said. “So being able to put them into a home they might have otherwise been unable to get

Have you dreamed of owning your own home one day? Well, today’s that day. We don’t mean to alarm you. We just want to help you prepare so you get the best deal possible. That’s how we roll.

Below are three reasons to get this house party started sooner rather than later. (Spoiler alert: thousands in money from Nevada Housing Division is one

As you may have heard, the Federal Reserve (aka the Fed) bumped up its benchmark interest rate in December 2016—something that’s only happened twice since the financial crisis began in 2008. Granted, it’s only a quarter of one percent, but it’s an increase that can be felt in many ways.

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