FREE Homebuyer’s Education WorkshopFeb 08, 2019
PCCUA-Helena announces upcoming free Homebuyer’s Education Workshop
In several months to a year, you can actually improve your credit score, which can help in buying a home. To learn the necessary steps to credit repair, a special Homebuyer’s Education Workshop is scheduled at PCCUA-Helena later this month.
If you would like to clean up your credit, but aren’t sure how, or think it’s too complicated, real estate agent Corrie Wilson, loan officer Annias Tate, and real estate broker/credit repair specialist Deborah Drayton will team together to conduct a free homebuyer’s workshop from 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 23, in the T&I Building. These knowledgeable people will be there to share information on credit restoration, home loans available, grants available, down-payment assistance, the steps in the home-buying process, as well as to answer any questions.
Though many of us dream of owning our own home, for many it may not be possible due to poor credit history. Bad credit usually causes problems when trying to make large purchases, like a home. Low credit scores can result in buyers being charged a higher interest rate for the home loans, being required to put down a significant down payment of cash, or being denied a home loan.
Drayton said the worse your credit report is, the harder it will be to get a home loan. That is why it’s important to clean up as much of your credit history as you can, before trying to buy a home. She added that this free service will provide lots of helpful information on ways to repair credit.
Please register to participate by calling (870) 816-1210 or 338-6474, ext. 1181.