Free first time homebuyers’ seminars

LEOMINSTER, MA (April 11, 2017) — Leominster Credit Union is hosting free first time homebuyers’ seminars each Wednesday from April 26 through May 25.  The seminars will be held in, Clinton, Holden, Worcester, and Leominster. Seminar details and registration can be found at

A team of real estate experts including a realtor, attorney and financing professionals will present the program.  Topics will include ‘Are you ready to by a home?’ ‘Finding Your Dream Home,’ ‘Obtaining Financing,’ and the ‘Closing Process.’  Attendees will learn about the costs associated with homeownership, how your credit affects your options, making an offer and negotiating the price, the inspection process, and closing.

LCU’s Financial Education Officer, Ingrid Adade will also provide valuable budgeting and planning tips.

“The process of buying your first home can be daunting.  Making the right choices can help set you up for the rest of your life,” said Matt Dufault, Assistant Vice of Mortgage Origination. “The seminars will help break down the entire process.  Our goal is to enable the attendees to be well prepared, to have realistic expectations and to avoid costly mistakes.”

Seating is limited and registration is required.

The First Time Homebuyers’ Seminars are part of LCU’s May is Homebuyers’ Month which includes home-buying tips on facebook, special offers and contests.

About Leominster Credit Union

Founded in 1954, Leominster Credit Union (LCU) is a member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative with a full range of deposit, lending, and other financial services. Headquartered in Leominster, Massachusetts, LCU is proud to claim nearly 40,000 members and more than $800 million in assets. LCU has seven branch locations in Leominster, Clinton, Holden, North Leominster, Sterling and Worcester with ATM services at all branch locations. LCU also provides 24-hour banking via Mobile and Online services. Visit or call 800-649-4646.


Kelli Rooney
SVP / Community Engagement &  Marketing
Leominster Credit Union

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