Lancaster County PA Realty Check: April 2009

Lancaster PA Seminar for First Time Home Buyers

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Are you tired of renting??     

Have you heard about the new FIRST TIME HOMEBUYER TAX CREDIT?  It could put up to /$8,000 cash in your pocket!  You can make your dream of home ownership come true! 

There will be a FREE FIRST-TIME HOMEBUYER SEMINAR THURS.  April 30, 6:30 -7:30 PM at 1000 N. Prince Street, Lancaster, PA.

Are you tired of making payments to your landlord month after month and having nothing to show for it?  Now a FREE seminar reveals secrets of how to stop paying rent and own a home instead!  Deciding to buy your own home is probably one of the biggest decisions you've ever made.  It's an exciting time - but it's serious business, too - and you need serious advice.

First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credits 

What mortgage programs are available?

Is now the best time to buy?

What are the tax benefits of buying versus renting?

How do I get started?

Join us for an hour of powerful dialog in which these and many other questions will be answered!  

To reserve your place for this exciting opportunity, call Brian Schulman, Jeff Geoghan Realty Group, Coldwell Banker Select Professionals at 951-5552, or email brian@cbselectpros.com

Light refreshments will be served.

 

Brian Schulman offers expert real estate representation for buyers and sellers of homes in Lancaster County, PA.  To learn more, visit http://www.FindLancasterHomes.com/

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