HUD Q&A

Q: What is a HUD home?
A: It is basically a regular foreclosed property. Someone stopped paying their mortgage and so the bank took it back, but because it was a FHA loan, it was backed by the government. So the government paid off the bank and now the division of government called Housing and Urban Development is selling it.

Q: Are HUD homes available with the Section 8 program?
A: No. They are not connected with Section 8 subsidized housing. HUDs are always a straight sale to a home buyer, investor or a government agency.

Q: Are HUD homes ever for rent?
A: No. Beware of FRAUD – HUD homes are NEVER for rent!

Q: Are there any differences to buying a HUD home vs a regular home?
A: Yes. Regular homes can be fixed before closing if the bank requires something to be done before granting a mortgage. HUDs can’t be touched until after closing – which means you may need a rehab loan.

To see the differences side by side – click on this report –>  The 10 Steps to Buying a House VS a HUD Home

To get the proven process details – click on this report —>    5 Proven Steps to HUD Home Ownership 


To view HUD Homes in YOUR area – click here —->    www.HUDhomestore.com

To visit HUD’s Asset Management Company website – click here––>   www.rainecompany.com


For Agents/Brokers:
Looking for specific forms such as Addendums and Requests?
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