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I am the author of this blog and also a top-producing Loan Officer and CEO of InstaMortgage Inc, the fastest-growing mortgage company in America. All the advice is based on my experience of helping thousands of homebuyers and homeowners. We are a mortgage company and will help you with all your mortgage needs. Unlike lead generation websites, we do not sell your information to multiple lenders or third-party companies.

Back-to-School-274x300If you are thinking of buying your first home in the Bay Area, you don’t want to miss this free event. I am leading a panel discussion titled – “How to buy your first home in the Bay Area”. The seminar is on October 27th, 2013 at 3:00 PM.

The event is hosted by India Community Center, 525 Los Coches St, Milpitas. You do not need to be a member to attend.

The panel will consist of a Mortgage Lender (Me), Real Estate Agent and a Financial Planner. The goal is to educate you on all facets of home buying. Some of the topics to be covered are:

  • What are the steps to first time home buying
  • How to get pre-approved for a mortgage
  • How is the local real estate and whats the outlook
  • What are the financing options for a first time home buyer
  • How much downpayment and closing cost do you need
  • Understanding the tax benefits of owning a home
  • Getting downpayment from 401(K) account

After the initial discussion there will be an open Q&A session, where you can ask any question to the panelists. All attendees also get a free copy of my eBook – “How to Buy Your First Home” and a free consultation from all the panelists.

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