I only buy and own Fluke's, but I'm a professional.
In your case, some of the better ones from Harbor Freight should serve your purpose, might even check the pawn shops and Craigslist as you never know what you will find. Tat set from Home Depot isn't a bad deal either.
One piece of advise though make sure it has an impact resistant rubberized case, the heavier the better. A good multimeter is one of the most useful tools you can own, it's also the most often dropped tool on the shelf, so it needs to be rugged.
You might also start looking on Youtube for video's on how to use a multimeter for various tasks. Haven't looked for any myself, but there's video's on how to do just about anything else. Even if your just doing basic voltage and continuity tests it's always good to know a little more about what your doing.
I want to die in my sleep like my grandfather, not yelling and screaming like the passengers in his car.
When I was a child, I thought nap time was punishment.
Now it's like a mini-vacation.
What doesn't kill you sometimes make you stronger,
and sometimes it just pisses you off!!