Don't Buy The Government Grant Guides From The Joker Or The Joke Will Be On
By Suzie Shannon
Government grants are available on-line for free.
Go to Firstgov.gov which also includes state grants and assistance. Then go
to grants, fill in the brief questionaire and it does a search that narrows
down what you want and what you qualify for.
There are seemingly unlimited amounts of grants, funds and assistance for
almost anything. One who qualifies can get assistance with telephone bills
(just call your provider and ask), mortgage payments, rent, legal assistance,
jobs, unemployment and so on.
There are government auctions by 14 federal agencies, government owned properties
and links to other agencies and sources, including state and local surplus
auctions. Go to worldstudy.gov to see programs that grant up to $28,000 to
study in other countries. Check out other educational opportunities @ ed.gov.
I think any time it ends in .gov it's legitimate and definitely so if it is
a link. There have been 71 new grant programs introduced in the last 7 days.
Also see grants.gov.
For housing information go to hud.gov. It is a very informative site that
cares about the consumer and pulls no punches in warning and educating them
about discrimination, fraud, predatory lending and carefully selecting professionals
in assisting them with the entire purchasing process. It is also loaded with
links to other helpful sites such as VA.
Suzie is a licensed real estate broker and certified residential appraiser
with twenty years of experience. Other professionals in the industry have contributed
as well. http://www.freewebs.com/realestatenews
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