Go to http://www.BidSelect.com and select "find an agent".
Deborah Simmons at Wells Fargo (770-486-2622) has done several HUD loans for me and did an excellent job for my clients.
I too can assist you in the purchase of a home. I can also speak with you about a variety of Down Payment Assistance Programs that can be used with HUD to help build equity fast. Take a look at the blog below about the many DPA programs in Metro Atlanta.
REALTORÂ® / Consultant - Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Partners
I'm a certified HUD agent in Georgia and my brokerage ERA Sunrise Realty is a Local Listing Broker for HUD.
I am very familiar with the HUD process and work with a number of lenders who are familiar with financing HUD properties using the $100 down program and repair escrows.
We have a winning formula for bidding on HUD properties and helping our clients get the home they want. If you are interested in working with me don't hesitate to call.
ERA Sunrise Realty
To clarify, Keisha had asked another question about Hud earlier and I was addressing both in my response.
As far as answering the "find an agent" part of the question. I never had any doubts that agents would respond to that part of the question....
Thank you for pointing out I did not tell Keisha the most important thing.."Where to find an Agent"
Those answers are close, but you won't find HUD agents there.
http://www.hudpemco.com - is the official GEORGIA hud site. Then click find an agent (I have my HUD key).
As for a HUD lender, you just need someone who knows how to work the HUD homes - they require someone to be very, very detailed and to be able to work extremely fast... then wait... then fast again.
This will answer most general questions about Hud and is worth reading..
You can get free homebuying counseling and assistance from Hud here..
Homebuying process and tools to use plus good links from Hud..
Local Gov. approved homebuying programs where you can get information about local assistance/programs and contacts....http://www.hud.gov/buying/localbuying.cfm
You might want to check out the Gov. site for all loans and see what you might be eligible for..
Good luck, Dunes