Sela Homes and Golden One Credit Union are delighted to announce a Seminar for Renters who are interested in owning their own home. The 7 pm Seminar will be held at Golden One Credit Union, 880 E Campbell Ave, Campbell, CA 95008 on Thursday, October 7. You can RSVP here. Representatives from both companies will make up the faculty.
With record-low interest rates, an economy that is quickly recovering from the pandemic, and rents that are starting to rise, it is a great time to consider owning a home, instead of renting a home. The Seminar will include the pros and cons of homeownership vs. renting, comparing the costs of renting vs. owning.
Ayelet Gingold, Realtor at Sela Homes in Campbell had this to say, “…the market is very ripe for renters to transition from renting to buying. It’s just amazing to see what your money can get you. Because of the low interest rates, we recently had the opportunity to help some buyers become homeowners, and they’re very thrilled.”
Mark Falcone, Loan Agent with Golden One Credit Union in Campbell, CA had this to say about pre-approval for renters, “…the other good thing about being pre-approved up front by the underwriter is that it allows for a shorter close time, which could be a great advantage when negotiating.”
The seminar will provide a clear understanding of options and a good sense of what needs to be done to start the buying process. Plan on attending. RSVP HERE.
Sela Homes specializes in Silicon Valley prime real estate areas in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties, including Campbell, Morgan Hill, Sunnyvale, San Jose, Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, Menlo Park, San Carlos, Belmont, Redwood City, Los Altos, Mountain View, Saratoga, Los Gatos, Santa Clara. The Sela Homes Team is culturally diverse and bi-lingual and maintains an outstanding reputation in the marketplace.
The Sela Homes website is HERE.
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