Buying a New Home

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This section has information about Buying a New Home in Oklahoma.

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Buying A Home

The homebuying process can seem complicated, but if you take things step-by-step, you will soon be holding the keys to your own home! Nine steps to buying a home and more!

Buying HUD Homes (Answers to Common Questions)

This web page explains how to buy a HUD Home and provides links to properties that are available near you for purchase from HUD. When someone with a mortgage insured by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) can't meet their payments, the lender forecloses on the home. HUD pays the lender what is owed and HUD takes ownership of the home. Then HUD sells it at market value as quickly as possible.

Homeownership 101

In this article, you will learn some of the basics of buying a home, such as deciding whether you're ready to buy home, how much you can afford, choosing the right mortgage, and who's involved in the homebuying process.

Homeownership: Oklahoma

Owning a home is a big part of the American Dream. Here are some resources that can help you buy, maintain and keep your home. Getting Started, Buying a Home, Owning and Maintaining Your Home and Other Oklahoma Resources on this web site.

Home Ownership Options for Seniors

A guide to help you select the best home ownership option in your specific circumstances.

Housing Cost Calculator

The Housing Cost Calculator compares the cost of owning a home to renting for a potential new homeowner.

Lead-Based Paint Disclosure Form

Landlords, Sellers or Agents and contractors are required to give you a warning statement on housing built before 1978. This is the form.

Protect Your Family From Lead

For homes built before 1978, lead paint can be hazardous to young children or pregnant women. Learn about the hazards in this material. Landlords and contractors are required to make certain disclosures about the paint.

Tulsa County Land & Property Records Search

Search the Tulsa World database of Tulsa County land and property records as of January 2010.

Homeownership: Oklahoma

Owning a home is a big part of the American Dream. Here are some resources that can help you buy, maintain and keep your home. Getting Started, Buying a Home, Owning and Maintaining Your Home and Other Oklahoma Resources on this web site.

Oklahoma Find A Lawyer

As a community service, the OBA does provide a directory of its attorney members who have given their permission to have their names published in the Oklahoma Find A Lawyer directory at Oklahoma Find A Lawyer. There you can search by both geographic area or by a lawyer's practice area.

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