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Benefit First Time Home Buyer Seminar

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When you are thinking about hunting for a home, a home buying seminar can provide invaluable knowledge and advice on managing the home buying process.

A quality home buying seminar provides help for first time home buyers and experienced buyers alike. Buying a home isn’t something most people do on a regular basis. Even if you have owned homes in the past, it’s helpful to review the process, terminology and products before you jump back into the market. And if you’ve never purchased a home before, a first home buyers' course can help to address questions, concerns and anxiety that a lot of consumers feel when considering the biggest financial transaction of their lives.

 

We offer a home buying seminar that you can take in-person or online. This home buyer course provides everything you need to know about purchasing a home, from choosing a realtor to deciding on a mortgage and preparing to close on your new property.

 

When you complete a home buying seminar with us, you will have:

  • An in-depth understanding of the home buying process.

  • Tools to make smarter decisions that will help you achieve your financial goals.

  • A certification of completion required by certain federal loan programs that offer low-cost loans and advantageous terms to qualified individuals.

  • The ability to interact with real estate agents and mortgage lenders with confidence.

  • Answers to all your questions about the home buying process, including questions like “What’s the difference between a fixed rate and adjustable-rate mortgage?”

  • How your credit rating can affect the mortgage process.

  • How to maintain or improve your credit score.

  • The difference between fixed-rate, adjustable-rate and other mortgages.

  • Which mortgage product is best for you?

  • How much house you can afford based on your financial situation.

  • How to budget for your down payment and your monthly mortgage payments.

  • How the closing process works.