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Guide to Home Buying for People with Disabilities

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Disabled World


This article provides information and guidance on homebuyers rights, mortgages, refinancing, and loans, and lists resources and programs available to the homebuyers with disabilities. It is also provides tips on how to recognize property lenders to be cautious with.



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