1st Time Homebuyer Workshop

Roselle Bank invites you to attend a complimentary first-time homebuying purchase educational seminar with presenters from La Casa De Don Pedro, Clear Skies Title Agency, and Roselle Bank. The homeownership program is designed to assist residents to realize their dream of owning a home while gaining a better understanding of the process it takes to get there.

Topics Covered Include:
• Creditworthiness . 
• Budgeting & Spending
• Mortgage Application
• Working with a Realtor
• Home Inspections
• Role of the Attorney
• Closing Process
• Assistance Programs

Registration: RSVP Required by Thursday, April 25th to rsvp@rosellesavings.com

Contact Information
  1. Ann Sweeney
  2. 908-272-0333
  3. rsvp@rosellesavings.com
Sat, April 27
1:00 pm — 4:00 pm
Add to My Calendar 04/27/2019 1:00pm 04/27/2019 4:00pm America/New_York 1st Time Homebuyer Workshop

Roselle Bank invites you to attend a complimentary first-time homebuying purchase educational seminar with presenters from La Casa De Don Pedro, Clear Skies Title Agency, and Roselle Bank. The homeownership program is designed to assist residents to realize their dream of owning a home while gaining a better understanding of the process it takes to get there.

Topics Covered Include:
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