How to Maximize Your Buying Power
May 18, 2017 6pm – 7pm
Marymount University – Rowley Hall Bldg.
RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org or 703.863.2629
(RSVP requested - we want to have enough heavy hors d’oeuvres for everyone!)
Top Questions Asked:
- Should I rent or buy?
- Can I afford to buy a home?
- What are the steps to buying a home?
- What’s the required down payment?
- What is escrow?
- What is earnest money?
- How quickly can I close?
- Can I buy a home and sell my current one at the same time?
- How many homes should I see before making an offer?
- What do you think the seller will accept as a fair price?
- How do I know if the property is a good deal?
- Should I get a home inspection?
Walk Away Knowing:
- The cost of waiting to buy a home
- How to build your own equity instead of paying your landlord’s mortgage
- Better understanding of home buying in a competitive market
Meet your hosts:
Bryan Payne is a Mortgage Loan Officer who is about the nicest and most sincere guy you could hope for when tackling a life decision like financing your home. Bryan will listen and ask questions to learn about your needs and challenges. He’ll answer your questions in a straightforward, easy-to-understand manner and he’ll make recommendations best suited for your personal situation. The feedback is unanimous. Our members love Bryan!
Kelsey Crittenden Kelsey is a Northern Virginia Realtor with a desire and passion to educate, advocate and communicate with people about real estate. Educate by informing people and helping to set expectations so that decisions can be made with confidence…working hard to shield clients from the unexpected. As the client’s advocate it is important to take care of people and provide services they can trust. Maintaining excellent communication before, during and after a transaction. Striving for 100% customer satisfaction through exceptional personalized customer service. An Arlington native and recent graduate of the Leadership Arlington Young Professionals program, Kelsey is knowledgeable and connected to Arlington and the Northern Virginia region.