So you’re planning to buy a home. Congratulations.
Is your credit good enough?
Do you want a fixed or adjustable rate mortgage loan?
How much money do you need for a down payment and closing costs?
Are you planning to use a Realtor or Attorney?
These are just a few of the questions that our online home buying education course Make Your Move will help you answer. Make Your Move is a comprehensive home-buying guide developed by the American Center for Credit Education. The course contains 11 lessons, each of which is followed by a set of review questions to test your comprehension (see Table of Contents). The estimated time to complete the course is 5 to 6 hours, which can be done over an extended period of time at your convenience. At the end of the course, you will be able to print a certificate demonstrating your successful completion.
The goals for Make Your Move . . . a Guide to Homeownership are:
- To prepare you for all aspects of the home-buying process
- To provide you with the information you need to gain confidence in handling the process of buying a home
Through Make Your Move, you will learn:
- What lenders consider when deciding whether you are a creditworthy buyer
- The types of loan programs available
- The types of fees involved with the purchase of a home
- Who the professionals in the home-buying process are
- Legal documents you will be asked to sign when buying a home
Knowing what is involved in the home-buying process helps you understand what will be expected of you and will help you get the best deal possible; possibly saving you thousands of dollars over the course of your home ownership.
The fee for this online course is $60, which must be paid by credit or debit card during registration.
To register and take this valuable online course, just click the Make Your Move sign below.
If you have already registered for the Make Your Move online course, you can re-access your student account by clicking Here.
Please note: Although completing Make Your Move is educationally beneficial to you, completing this course does not guarantee that you will be able to qualify for a mortgage loan or that it will meet the educational requirements of any financial assistance program you may be applying for. If you are applying for financial assistance to purchase your home that requires you to obtain home buying education, you should first verify that the credits you obtain from completing this course will be accepted.