Homebuyer Workshop July 14 630pm Port Saint Lucie Community Center FREE

Dated: 07/12/2016

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Port Saint Lucie First time and returning homebuyer workshop- Lender focus on VA/USDA loans- 

Valuable information on Loans and Programs for First Time Home Buyers- Returning to Market after foreclosure buyers, 

Veterans, Teachers, Law Enforcement, Nurses, Firefighters.

Experienced Lenders and agents that will help you get qualified for a loan. 

We know how to get you money for downpayments and how to navigate you through bond and grants. 

PSL Community Center- 2195 SE Airoso Blvd

6:30PM

FREE - Reservations recommended. Reserve at link below or call us at 772-444-6696

http://www.movetostlucie.com/1st-homebuyer.html

NOTE: If you can't make it to this workshop we hold them quarterly 

but are also available and happy to do a one on one consultation at any time and email you all the workshop materials. 

http://www.movetostlucie.com

Burlace Team- Kevin & Dawn Burlace, Realtors®

Kevin Cell - 772-444-6695   burlaceteam@gmail.com

Dawn Cell - 772-444-6696   dawnburlace@gmail.com

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