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Relocation and Buyer Guide
Real estate guide to buying and selling a home in Cleveland, Ohio. This guide is designed to provide information on relocation, real estate transactions, and to answer your questions.
Living in Cleveland Center
Non-profit organization providing information about neighborhoods as well as special financing programs and available housing in Cleveland to potential homebuyers.
Cleveland Mortgage Bulletin
Comprehensive guidebook compiled annually by the Living in Cleveland Center that includes information about ways to find a home, your realtor's role in the homebuying process, the importance of house inspections, and insurance.
Special Financing for Cleveland Homebuyers
Features special financing programs exclusive to Cleveland homebuyers, including no or low down payments, low interest rates, or minimal closing costs.
City of Cleveland Community Development Database
The City of Cleveland Community Development database contains information about available landbanked parcels that can be purchased for residential development.
Fannie Mae Foundation's Homepath
Find valuable information about financing, mortgages, approved lenders, down payments, and many other aspects of the home ownership and the homebuying process.
Ginnie Mae's Homeownership Information Center
Learn how to select a mortgage, choose the right house for you, apply for a loan, and make the purchase.
Free Homebuying Guides from Fannie Mae
Download or order free homebuying guides from the Fannie Mae Foundation.
Buy vs. Rent Calculator
Will you save more money by buying or renting a house? Determine which is best for you by using this calculator.
Ginnie Mae Mortgage Calculator
- Ginnie Mae and the US Department of Housing and Development have designed a calculator to help you determine how much house you can afford based on your income and monthly debt payments.

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