Archive for October, 2008

An Interest Free Loan??

Thursday, October 23rd, 2008

In today’s ecomomic struggles, it is not often found that ordinary people go the extra mile to make helpful information available to first time homebuyers. However, you are about to meet a team of professionals who seek out ways to do just that.

Gary Franz, Associate Broker with RE/MAX Associates looks for ways to turn a negative market into a positive one. His key players, real estate agents Margie Wiens and Susan Swan make up a large part of The Franz Team along with 2 valuable assistants. They have teamed up with Mike Steele, a local lender with Primary Residential Mortgage.

While some Kansans read the news and follow the patterns of the media to focus on the downturn of the financial markets, Gary and his team have put together a First Time Home Buyers Seminar to educate the public about how it is still possible to obtain up to $7500 in an interest free loan from the government. This is timely because 1) this offer is for a limited time only, 2) this could help spur activity for the housing market in their little corner of the world, and 3) the terms are attractive!

What are the incentives? Why take advantage of this great offer now? Because if you have been renting for a number of years and are tired of watching your money be used to profit someone else, you won’t want to miss an educational seminar to benefit your family and springboard yourself into making your own future a reality.

What is it? A First Time Home Buyer’s Educational Forum
Where? 137 SpringLake Drive, SpringLake Development, Newton Ks
When? Tuesday, December 9, 2008
Time? 7:00 pm–Please RSVP to 316 772 6605
What will you receive? Education to make an informed decision, as well as finding out how easy it could be to get pre- qualified for a mortgage loan, and the opportunity to look at homes in your price range. But that’s not all! You will even get to have beverages,dessert, and enter your name for a drawing to be given away before you leave that evening!

If this sounds like something you would like to know more about, call 316-283-1000 and ask to speak to a member of The Franz Team or email garyfranz@sbcglobal.net