January 12, 2013 - 10:00am - January 19, 2013 - 2:00pm
A two week course from January 12th through January 19th!
Register for this FREE 8 hour NeighborWorks America course and gain a certificate that shows lenders and realtors you are qualified and ready to purchase a home. Through this course, you could also be eligible for downpayment assistance through M&T Bank!
This 2-week workshop will cover:
Money Management and Credit
Learn how to spend wisely
Develop a spending plan to meet your goals
Create a realistic budget
Understand the importance of saving
Understand your credit and why it's important
Learn the types of credit reports
Understand your credit score
Learn how to repair or improve your credit
Obtaining and Understanding a Mortgage
What is a mortgage?
Learn how to obtain a mortage
Figure out how much you can afford
Learn what to shop for when you're looking for a mortgage
Learn the types of mortgage loans
How to shop for a home using a realtor
Learn the role of a real estate agent
Understand the benefits of using a real estate agent
Learn the buyer's responsibilities when using a real estate agent
Learn how a buyer can effectively use a real estate agent to meet their needs
Protecting your investment
Learn about home safety
Learn about basic maintenance and repairs
Learn how to protect your equity
Learn about saving energy and money in our new home
456D Nostrand Avenue
(Entrance on Jefferson Ave.)
Brooklyn, NY 11216
Seating is limited so please register by calling 718-636-7596 Ext. 14 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are interested in attending please register by contacting our offices by January 4th.
Bridge Street Development Corporation (BSDC) is a faith-based, 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization whose mission is to build partnerships with businesses, government, and other community stakeholders to provide civic and economic opportunities to the residents of Central Brooklyn.
Our vision is to preserve Bedford-Stuyvesant as a desirable neighborhood for raising families, owning businesses and taking part in rich cultural, spiritual and recreational opportunities. Our motto, “Building on Community Strength,” describes our core belief that the most effective way to improve a community is to develop and promote local assets, including people, homes, businesses, and organizations.
Bridge Street Development Corporation was founded in 1995 by members of the oldest continuing African-American congregation in Brooklyn: the Bridge Street African Wesleyan Methodist Episcopal Church. The church was incorporated in 1818, and traces its roots to 1766, when Captain Thomas Webb, a British convert of John Wesley, began holding open-air services in downtown Brooklyn.