Homeownership 101

Homeownership 101

Want to buy a home but don’t know where to start? Join us to learn about the process and how to get started buying a home.

Mark your calendars for our Homeownership 101 workshop on April 25th at 5:30pm at our Norfolk Main Branch. Our expert lenders will educate you on how to buy a house, what you need to do to prepare, and what to expect during the process. This class is free and open to the public.

Here are a few topics we will be discussing:

  • Credit fundamentals

  • Mortgage basics

  • Calculating affordability

  • Comparing finance options

  • Loan approval

  • Preparing for closing

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Meet Our Speakers

a close up of Steven Petersen, an assistant Vice President and Mortgage Loan Officer at the Norfolk Branch

Steven Petersen

Norfolk Mortgage Lender, NMLS #1643968
close up of Kole Heller, loan officer, from the Wisner Branch

Kole Heller

Wisner Mortgage Lender, NMLS #2064164
Corby Forbes

Corby Forbes

Plainview Mortgage Lender, NMLS #2064556

Don’t miss the Homeownership 101 workshop! Save your seat by registering here:

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