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HUD Public Computers

Don't have access to the Internet? Want to find out more about HUD's homebuying programs? Come to any HUD Office in the country and use a HUD Public Computer!

HUD offers free access to its Internet website - the Homes and Communities page - from each of its 81 offices across the country. As far as we know, HUD is the only federal agency providing this service.

Use our HUD Public Computers to:

  • Learn how to buy a home;
  • Search a listing of apartments offering rental subsidies;
  • Find business opportunities;
  • File a housing discrimination complaint;
  • Get consumer information;
  • Print listings of HUD homes for sale, in every state;
  • Access HUD forms and official handbooks…
  • …And much, much more!

If you aren't familiar with computers, don't let that stop you. Our HUD staff are available to help you.

But don't take our word for it.

Audience Reaction:

Your "HUD Public Computer found in the Orlando office is fantastic!!. It has current and relevant information to the Orlando area and then leads you onto other local, state, and national sites/info. JOB WELL DONE - Anonymous

I recently retired from DOT after 40 yrs in Fed gov. This is a great service... It is indicative of the compassion and the great social contribution your employees are making to make this a better country for all of us. thank you - (no name)

The HUD Public Computers are working out very well and are being received enthusiastically by the public. It is truly achieving the goals of bringing Government services to the people in their neighborhoods in a friendly and non-intimidating environment.- Summit Research Associates

Last Modified: August 11, 2004
Content Archived: November 2, 2009

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