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Useful websites

Credit Union Consumer Facts, http://www.cuna.org/data/consumer/advice/retire_home/hometoc.html

EnergyGuide.com, http://www.energyguide.com
Provides an easy way to assess energy use and get quick tips on saving energy.

Environmental Protection Agency, http://www.epa.gov
A one-stop shop for advice on testing for and mitigating pollutants, from lead paint to radon to mold.

Equifax, http://www.eqifax.com
A source of credit reports.

Experian (formerly TRW), http://www.experian.com
A source of credit reports.

Federal Citizen Information Center, http://www.pueblo.gsa.gov/results.tpl?id1=17&startat=1&--woSECTIONSdatarq=17&--SECTIONSword=ww
Offers a list of consumer articles about home sales, financing, and maintenance.

Ginnie Mae, http://www.ginniemae.gov
Provides advice to buyers on affordability and homeownership, including calculators.

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Affairs, http://www.hud.gov/buying/index.cfm
Offers advice to buyers on finance, fair housing, and more.

ImproveNet, http://www.improvenet.com
Provides links to contractors and architects for remodeling projects for buyers and repair services for sellers. For a small charge, buyers can use the site�s Estimators to determine how much renovating a property they�re considering would cost.

Moving.com, http://www.moving.com
Helps buyers and sellers with packing tips and timetables, online mover links, and places to store belongings so that homes look less cluttered.

REALTOR.com, http://www.realtor.com
Offers consumer information for buyers and sellers as well as home listings and links to service providers.

Real Estate Buyer�s Agent Council (REBAC), http://www.rebac.net/hbk.html
Offers a homebuyer's kit with useful information and checklists.

Trans Union Corporation, http://www.transunion.com
A source of credit reports.