Free First Time Home Buyer Seminar February 27

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Free seminar in English and Spanish!

Date & Time:
Thursday – February 27, 2014
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Newburgh Armory Unity Center
321 S William St
Newburgh, NY 12561

***Registration only takes seconds!!****
Please RSVP here and scroll to the bottom.  Deadline is February 21, 2014!!

Speak with professionals in the real estate business that will help overcome challenges that have kept you from getting on the path to homeownership.

Topics will include:

• Improving your credit
• Determining how much you can afford
• Finding an affordable property
• Home Inspection
• Making an offer and entering into a Contract of Sale
• Applying for a mortgage and the mortgage process
• Homebuyer tax credits and grants

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6 Comment

  • Great seminar as the rules have changed. Knowing the process of selling and how to go about getting a mortgage is the first step for any buyer. It can seem obvious but the details can be overwhelming. Thanks to M & T Bank for putting this seminar together!!

  • Sounds very useful, buying your first home can seem like grasping in the dark without a little bit of help

  • Please continue sharing with others about the Seminar for first time home buyers; English session at 6:00-7:30 pm and Spanish session at 7:30-9:00 pm.. The community needs to learn more about housing opportunities in Newburgh City and with everyone’s efforts bring the City back.

  • Excellent to see the efforts being made. Will certainly share this with others in the community (and beyond!)

  • Take what information this seminar has to offer and literally live for six months budgeted for said mortgage along with the associated costs of winter utility rates, municipal services, a couple of hundred per month allocated toward house related expenses. As well, set aside monies for the unexpected, i.e. unemployment or a health issue and anticipate a minimum 10 % rise in annual property/school taxes. Seriously, if you can’t do it, keep renting. Mortgage applications are at a 19 year low for a reason people and, no, a house is not an investment.