IF YOU HAVE ASKED ANY OF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS, THEN YOU’RE THE AUDIENCE FOR WHOM THIS SEMINAR WAS CREATED!!!

*CAN I AFFORD TO BUY A HOUSE, AND IF SO, WHAT IS MY PRICE RANGE?

*WHAT ARE MY IMMEDIATE OUT-OF-POCKET EXPENSES?

*WILL I BE ABLE TO GET A MORTGAGE IF I HAVE PAST CREDIT PROBLEMS OR DON’T HAVE AN ESTABLISHED CREDIT HISTORY?

*WHAT TYPES OF MORTGAGES ARE AVAILABLE, AND HOW SHOULD I DECIDE WHICH IS THE BEST FOR ME?

Shopping for a Home: When looking for you home, it is important to first know your price range, the area you are looking to buy and must-haves for you and your family. Working with a Real Estate Agent is a perfect choice, because an Agent will know what houses are on the market and where to direct your search.

Obtaining a Mortgage: HomeBridge offers a variety of loan options and features both with fixed and adjustable rates. Your Mortgage Loan Originator, Terri Axelson, is equipped with the resources to help you find the best loan to meet your individual needs. She will guide and educate you throughout the process, from application to closing and beyond. Getting Pre-approved for a Home Mortgage is the most important step PRIOR to securing a contract with your Realtor for that dream home you’ve always wanted.

Join us for our next HOME BUYERS SEMINAR:

Tuesday, November 15th, 5:30-7:30 pm, at the Keller Williams Realty NWLA Office 795 Brook Hollow Drive, Shreveport, LA (Next to the American Red Cross & Country Tavern Restaurant)

HOSTED BY: Kathy Williams, Realtor/Associate Broker, Keller Williams NWLA and Terri Axelson, Mortgage Loan Originator, HomeBridge Financial Services, Inc.

R.S.V.P. to 318-213-1555 by 5:00 pm, on Friday, November 10th, 2016

SEATING IS LIMITED * FREE TO PROSPECT HOME BUYERS

 

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