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Don’t Miss This 1st Time Homebuyer Workshop – January 12th, Duluth, GA

IS THIS THE RIGHT TIME TO BUY YOUR FIRST HOME?
Attend this FREE, NO OBLIGATION seminar and get the facts about…

1st Time Homebuyer's Meetup Group

Come Learn With Our Meetup Group!

  • The $8,000 tax credit
  •  Purchasing HUD Homes, Short Sales and Foreclosures
  • What You Should and Should NOT Do When Shopping For A Home Loan
  • Mortgage Options – FHA, Conventional, Fixed, VA, etc…
  • How much money do I really need to buy a home?
  • How Much Home Can You Afford?
  • Long Term Benefits and Responsible Homeownership
  • Why do Attorney’s close loans in Georgia?
  • Title Insurance
  • Neighborhood Stabilization Programs
  • and much more…

The housing industry is changing daily.
Don’t miss this opportunity to get your answers to your questions from a Real Estate Agent and Attorney and a Mortgage Loan Officer. 

Only 20 spaces are available, and RSVP is required.
Tuesday,  January 12th, 6:30pm – 7:30pm 
Please visit the 1st Time Homebuyer’s Meetup group website to register.
Address and details available at the Meetup group website.

Our goal is to educate you! We look forward to seeing you there!

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Filed under Barrow County, Buyers, First Time Home Buyers, Great Buying Opportunities, Gwinnett County, Hall County, Homeownership, Jackson County, Mortgage

Lower Your Mortgage Rate with a Loan Modification

Are you current on your mortgage and want to stay that way?  Would you like to take advantage of a lower interest rate to reduce your monthly budget?  Or, is there an interest rate adjustment in your future?

The truth is that around 96% of mortgages are paid on-time, and loan modifications are not just for borrowers behind on their payments.   Whether you would like to keep a little extra money each month or take action prior to a rate adjustment, help is often available.  Interest rates are historically low.  Taking action now to get the best rate could help you weather this financial storm.  The most important thing is to take action.  Contact your lender to learn what opportunities are available, and contact reputable mortgage lenders to find out who offers the best rates and programs in your area.  Remember, you’ll have much better buying power if you act before trouble strikes.

Below is a short Loan Modification Q&A with Jill Shafer, Mortgage Consultant Continue reading

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Filed under Foreclosure Prevention, Homeownership, Loan Modification, Mortgage, Refinance