Free Home Buyers Seminar at Village at Waugh Chapel

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Thinking of buying a home? Confused about how the process works? Wondering if you can afford to buy? Then you’re invited to attend a free home buyers seminar Sat. Oct. 20 at The Village at Waugh Chapel Community Center.

A group of local real estate and industry experts will be on hand to discuss such topics as local market conditions, financing options, the settlement process and insuring your home and your future.

Learn more about the types of mortgage options available, how short sales and foreclosures work and tips for saving time and money on the closing process. After a short presentation, the class will be driven primarily by the questions of attendees.

Whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or an old pro, you’ll learn something new at this free seminar.

Jerry Kline of Keller Williams Flagship Realty in Odenton will discuss home buying basics, the state of the west Anne Arundel County housing market, and how to find the best home for you. Julie Orsini of Primary Residential Mortgage in Odenton will explain the lending process, how to improve your credit scores, and special financing assistance available for veterans, military and first-time home buyers.

Ed Cooper of Odenton’s Performance Insurance Group will help attendees understand the types of insurance policies and coverage options they really need. And David Bowers, Esq., of Progressive Title, will explain how the closing process works and how home buyers can save money on settlement.

What: Home Buyers Seminar

Where: The Village at Waugh Chapel Community Center (behind Robert Andrews & Fuji Steakhouse)

When: Saturday Oct. 20, 2012, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Who: Anyone interested in buying or selling a home

Sign-Up: Registration is requested; call (443) 924-7418

Cost: FREE!


If you can’t attend the seminar, interested parties can arrange a free, private consultation. Call (443) 924-7418.


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