Free Home buying Class with Lunch Chesapeake

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FREE Home buying Classes for first time home buyers in Hampton Roads, VA!!!!!!!!

width=51Sat Feb 11th, 2012 930-230pm- LUNCH INCLUDED -home

Greenbrier Chesapeake Library Meeting Room

1214 Volvo Parkway, Chesapeake, VA 23320 Come learn about the buying process from beginning to end. There will be a loan officer, a real estate agent, a home inspector, and a title agent, on hand to give you valuable information and answer your questions.

If you are serious about buying a home in 2012 then this class is designed for you.  This class will fullfill VHDA, SPARC, and community development education requirement.homeFind out how to get preapproved to buy, how to make an offer, and what to expect in the closing process.

A pizza lunch is included!

Call, text, or email TODAY to RSVP, leave name and phone number.

Must RSVP to Dee Dee Jones 757-831-8294 call, text, or email djoneshomes@gmail.com

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Alycia Jordan

Having lived in other cities, such as Cleveland and Idaho Falls, I only appreciate Hampton Roads that much more. Why? Because from almost anywhere in our area, a beach is only about a 20 minute dri....

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