CommonWealth One offers First-Time Homebuyers Seminar Oct. 16
ALEXANDRIA, VA (October 6, 2015) — Prospective home buyers can eliminate the stress of a sometimes confusing and complicated home buying process by attending CommonWealth One’s complimentary First-time Homebuyers Seminar, Oct. 16, 4:30 – 5:45pm, at the Harrisonburg Regional Branch.
“We scheduled the seminar on a Friday because weekend days are usually completely filled with kid and family activities,” said presenter Stella Evans, Loan Officer, Member Advantage Mortgage, CommonWealth One’s mortgage partner. “We’ll present the topics in an easily understandable manner so that homebuyers can focus on their home search, rather than try to decipher the mortgage process,” she added.
All homebuyers, whether experienced or first-time, are invited and will find something valuable in the information Evans presents. Topics will include:
- Products Member Advantage Mortgage/CommonWealth One offers
- – What is PMI?
- – The purchase process
- – Translating the buzz words common in the mortgage industry
- – What makes Member Advantage Mortgage and CommonWealth One different from other financial institutions.
Evans will also present information to help mortgage applicants overcome various credit challenges that could present obstacles to mortgage approval.
Registration is requested for the seminar, but not required. Contact Stella Evans at (540) 801-1293 or email email@example.com today to reserve your spot.
Stella Evans is licensed by the Virginia State Corporation Commission; Member Advantage Mortgage LLC is also licensed by the Virginia State Corporation Commission.
About CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union
Since 1944, CommonWealth One Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Alexandria, VA, has grown to become one of Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia’s top credit unions. CommonWealth ONE is a full-service, member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative committed to being its members’
lifetime financial partner. CommonWealth One has branches in Washington, D.C., Alexandria, VA, and Harrisonburg, VA (including at James Madison University).