When: Tuesday, November 29, 2016 at 05:30 PM
Where: Growler Garage in Burlington, VT
This is a Burlington Young Professionals' event.
Please RSVP here and register online here:
A Crash Course in Buying & Investing
Informational panel and networking. Join a small group setting to learn about how YOU can buy or invest in Vermont Real Estate this year!
What do you buy? Duplex? Condo? Single family?
How do you buy it? 0% down, 3.5% down, VHFA assist loans, Champlain Housing Trust shared equity program. Do you know all your options? Many first time buyers believe they need 20% down to buy a home and that is no longer true. BYP wants to help you discover your options.
This event is your one stop shop to understanding the various opportunities you have as a young professional for getting into a home or your first rental property in Vermont. Oh, and did we mention there will be beer?
Professionals will be on hand from the following for a panel discussion and Q&A:
Keller Williams Realty - Blair Knowles
Movement Mortgage - Jay Vallieres
Champlain Housing Trust - Robert Leuchs
Vermont Housing Finance Agency - Seth Leonard
Join us at 5:30pm for a drink and casual networking. We will start the seminar at 6pm!
Are you looking to get more involved in VYP? We are always grateful for help from those who want to take a more active role in our community of young professionals. There is always something you can do that is suited to your skills and interests!
If you would like to be a part of what we do, no idea or offer of help is too small. Contact Paul Dame at firstname.lastname@example.org for details on how you too can get involved.
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