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Free Homebuyer Classes

Emmi MacIntyre
8 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday May 18 | Free.
Have you always wanted a home you can call your own?  Attend free homebuyer classes by one of Cincinnati’s leading home ownership organizations.  Learn about:

·      Finding a mortgage that’s right for you

·      Credit and how it affects your ability to buy a house

·      How to apply for a loan

·      What to look for in a home inspection

·      Working with a realtor

·      And much more


The 9-hour course will qualify you to receive down payment assistance including the American Dream Down Payment Initiative.



Where: Working in Neighborhoods
Phone: 513-541-4109
Address: 1814 Dreman Ave.
Website: www.wincincy.org.

Working in Neighborhoods

1814 Dreman Ave.
South Cumminsville, Ohio
45223
 
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