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Dated: 07/01/2019

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To read the full article or information to attend a free class on homebuyer Education course being offered free of charge to anyone interested in pursuing the path to homeownership

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You can also contact me at 856-313-6655, DM or at gina@ithinkrealty.com

This is a Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) approved course that covers topics including income requirements, financing options and the home buying process. After attending a course, homebuyers leave with the tools and resources necessary for taking the next step toward homeownership.

Keystone is committed to connecting families with homeownership. The Homebuyer Education course provides not only information but also the confidence to pursue homeownership. Keystone provides free Homebuyer Education courses every month to anyone interested in pursuing the path to The education program is approved by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). It allows potential homebuyers to learn about the demands of homeownership and find out how to take advantage of financial resources

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