Talk to an accountant. Since you have such an easy return, it should not run you more than 100 bucks. PLUS, HR Block has "free file" if your return is easy enough. You should look into it.
But, ultimately, you want tax advice from a professional. It might be smart to find a decent CPA and ask them what you can start doing to make yourself look good to creditors and lenders for homes in the future. It might also be smart to start trying to build a credit history. I work in real estate, and they will definitely want to see your tax returns, but they do this to see your income. If there is another way to prove income then that may work also. You might owe $0 in taxes, but I believe it would be smart to talk to a CPA to see if building a tax return history (that shows income) might be a good place for you to start.
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