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View Resource HomePath

Whether you're thinking about if you're ready to buy a home, are in the process of buying a home, or are considering refinancing your current home, there's information for you on Fannie Mae's newest website. Fannie Mae is America's largest source of home mortgage funds, and has designed HomePath to be "your on-line path to a home of your own." There are three different paths through the...

https://www.homepath.com/
View Resource The Home Energy Saver

Developed by the Environmental Energy Technologies Division at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, this site is designed to help homeowners save energy and money. The heart of the site is the Energy Advisor, which allows users to enter their area code to receive initial energy use estimates and then receive customized results after entering more details about their home. The Energy Advisor...

http://homeenergysaver.lbl.gov/consumer/
View Resource New One-Family Homes Sold, November 1999

While the mean sales price of houses sold in November 1999 was $209,700, the average sales price of new houses sold in November 1999 was slightly lower, at $167,400. There were 848,000 houses sold during this time period, up 23,000 from November 1998.

https://www.census.gov/prod/2000pubs/c25-9911.pdf
View Resource Fannie Mae

Whether you're thinking about if you're ready to buy a home, are in the process of buying a home, or are considering refinancing your current home, there's information for you on Fannie Mae's newest website. Fannie Mae is America's largest source of home mortgage funds. The Fannie Mae main page provides information on this lending agency, as well as homes offered for sale.

http://www.fanniemae.com/