HomeBuyer Workshop September 12th 2015

Dated: 08/27/2015

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Don't mImage titleiss out on the FREE seminar from The Newman Group featuring the do's and dont's of of the first time home buying process. We will have Great lenders on the panel to be able to answer questions about credit, debt, down-payments, and all the different loan programs available for first time home buyers. If credit is your issue? Find out what specific steps you need to take to start on the road to credit repair. Find out what lenders look for when pulling your credit report. Find out how buying your first home can actually cost you less monthly then renting.In addition to lenders, we will have a title company speaking about title insurance and a home inspector talking about the home inspection process.

Since buying your first home is the biggest single purchase most people will have to face, the first time home buying process can be intimidating if you are not prepared by a real estate professional beforehand. You will leave with the knowledge and comfort knowing that when your ready to take that next step you are prepared. We will be providing lunch, prizes and a wealth of knowledge to all those who attend! Bring your questions, we'll provide the answersPlease join us, we would be happy to see you!Let us help you make the American Dream of Home Ownership come true!

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