Questions about buying a home in Brooklyn? You may be surprised to discover home ownership is within reach.
Come hear experts give their top tips for first-time home buyers and ask them questions. There are just a few tickets left to Wednesday’s panel “What First Time Buyers Need to Know.”
Check out the home buying process, financial planning for home buying, and financing options over snacks and drinks from Oaxaca Taqueria.
Financial planner Kristen Euretig of Brooklyn Plans will discuss how to make a home buying plan, how to come up with a down payment, and how to buy a home even if you have debt such as student loans.
Real estate agent Terry Robison of Douglas Elliman, who has served as president of his co-op building, will explain how and where to look for your first home and what you need to know about co-ops vs. condos and houses.
Mortgage broker Adam Dahill of loanDepot will talk about financing and down payment options, including financing for tricky situations such as mixed-use properties, condos and co-ops in small buildings, and homes that require a construction loan.
Attorney Daniel Gershburg of Romer Debbas will describe the role of the attorney in the home buying process.
Brownstoner Home Events is a series of workshops and panels for prospective home buyers, sellers and homeowners. A second Brownstoner Home Event, about townhouse renovation and investment, will take place in May.
“What First Time Buyers Need to Know,” the first event in the series, takes place at the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture at 53 Prospect Park West in Park Slope on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
All attendees receive a Bed Bath & Beyond gift card with a value of $10. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door.
For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.