How to contact your elected officials
How to contact other significant service providers
The U.S. Census Bureau: Demographics?
The FBI: Questions about area crime?
The Internal Revenue Service: A huge site, so be patient. Find absolutely anything you could ever want to know about taxation and real estate property.
The US Postal Service (USPS) The post office.
The Small Business Administration (SBA): Sells foreclosed properties initially secured by SBA-backed loans, such as vacant land and single-family homes.
Department of Veterans Affairs: Sells residential properties to recoup the loss from VA-guaranteed home loans in default.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC): Sells a wide variety of assets from failed banks including undeveloped land and single-family homes.
The Office of Property Disposal: Sells residential and commercial properties that have been forfeited or foreclosed for nonpayment of Federal taxes or loans.
Consumer Information Center (CIC): Full of interesting topics about money and housing and other assorted topics
Additional service providers
Inspectors: Home inspectors, termite inspectors, roof, asbestos, lead, chimney, electromagnetic fields, etc. inspectors.
Contractors: Hardwood floors, foundation, roofers, electricians, plumbers, leak detectors, permit obtainers, kitchens, baths.
Home Warranty Companies: Water heater leaking? Got a home warranty? Forgot the service number? Check here and just give them your address. Help should arrive soon.
Escrow Companies: Need a quit claim deed or a reconveyance on a paid-off second trust deed?
Title Insurance Companies: These are the companies that insure your interest in your real property.
Real Estate Broker: Only one listed here, they're the best for residential and residential investment real estate needs.
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