Finding and keeping a home.

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“I want to live life like everybody else. I've got a job and I've rented an apartment. I'm figuring out what living the American dream really is.”
– A Hub user

Housing topics:

Housing: Overview

Home is where you live, and it's about more than your address. Your home should be a place where you feel comfortable and a place you choose. There's a lot to know about your housing options — from apartments to townhomes and houses — and a lot to consider before you find a place you can truly call home. Think about what matters most to you and what you want in your home. We're here to help!

In this section, consider your housing options and ways to keep your housing.

  • Housing options

    Decide whether to rent or buy, and if you should have a roommate or live in a supervised setting.

  • Staying in your home

    See strategies that can help you stay in your current place.

  • Youth and housing

    Know what to think about if you're considering getting your own place.