If you’re thinking of buying your first house in this year, you need to come to this FREE Home Buyer Class in MN. We have compiled a ton of information about the home-buying process to help guide you step-by-step whenever the time is right for you to start.
Our two presenters, Steve Howe and Rachel Streiff, will provide you with a full overview of what to do (and more importantly what NOT to do) when getting ready to purchase your first home. There are no contracts or obligations to attendees. Our one and only goal is to help educate you so that you can avoid mistakes that other people have made in the past.
Here are just some of the topics we’ll be covering in great detail:
- Special First-Time Buyer Assistance Programs
- Credit Scores
- MLS Searches and Home Showings
- Home Inspections
- Loan Appraisals
- Title Insurance
If you’re considering buying a home in the next few years, you will certainly benefit from attending this 90-minute Class. Here are all the details on the First Time Home-Buyer Class:
- What – Minnesota First Time Home Buyer’s Class
- Where – Cornerstone Home Lending: 13401 County Road 5, Burnsville, MN 55337
- When – Thursday, June 18, 2015 – 6:30-8:00pm
Upcoming Dates for 2015: June 18, July 16, August 20, September 17, October 22, November 19, December 17 Space is limited – please sign up beforehand SPECIAL BONUS: We will also provide a copy of your Credit Report and Credit Scores to all attendees – this can help discover any inaccuracies or problems on your credit report that could delay your financing approval later on in the process. We look forward to seeing you soon!
*PLEASE NOTE: this is is NOT the Homestretch Class put on by the Minnesota Home Ownership Center. That Class is 8 hours long and there is usually a fee to attend. Our class does not hand out any certificates and does not meet the requirements for Minnesota Housing Finance Agency. Unless you have been approved for a specific program that would require you to attend the Homestretch Class, we recommend coming to our session first and learning whether or not you need to spend 8 hours of your time in another class.