FREE Homebuyer Seminar At PSL Community Center

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FREE First Time and Returning Homebuyer Seminar at the Port Saint Lucie Community Center 

Thursday April 7th 2016 6:30-7:30PM

We will have local, Realtors®, Lenders, Title Companies, New Home Builders available to answer your questions.

FREE Workbook and loads of valuable information on the home buying process.

Did you know that if you have not owned a home in the last 3 years you qualify for "First Time Homebuyer" Programs?

Did you know that you can get a $7500 loan interest FREE for 30 years with no payments for your down payment?

Did you know there are grants available to help you with down payment?

Did you know that owning a home is less expensive than renting?

Did you know that there are special programs for TEACHERS, FIREFIGHTERS, POLICE, MILITARY, VETS to save you $$$ on buying a home?

CLICK HERE FOR FREE REGISTRATION & TO SAVE YOUR SPOT - 

If you can't make the Seminar or want a one on one consultation sooner just call 

Dawn Burlace, Realtor

772-444-6696 

I'll be happy to accommodate your needs. 

www.MoveToStLucie.com

 


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