Buying into Brooklyn: A crash course on homebuying April 23

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Buying a home in Brooklyn is no easy feat, but we can help make the process easier. On Monday, April 23, join us for our latest edition of Buying into Brooklyn, a crash course on homebuying that will give you essential info and key strategies to help you in your home search.

You’ll get solid advice from a team of pros—Realty Collective founder Victoria Hagman and Realty Collective agent Tina Fallon; Real estate attorney Rashidah Siddiqui of Serpico, Serpico & Siddiqui P.C.; and Freedom Mortgage bankers Mark Maimon and Gabi Feuer —in a setting that is far more relaxed than your last crowded open house.

Here’s what you’ll learn over Brooklyn beers on April 23:

-The new tax implications of home ownership
-Who protects you and helps you get the best deal
-How to position yourself as a bonafide buyer in a competitive market
-The importance of finding the right lender
-What to do when you have bad or less than stellar credit
-The steps to obtaining a pre-approval and mortgage
-The offer/acceptance process
-The difference between a condo vs. co-op

Their discussion will cover all these bases and more, and you’re welcome to pepper our panel with questions about your home hunting, too.

Tickets are $10 in advance, $12 at the door and include a free Brooklyn Brewery beer. Get one and make your house search less stressful, stat.

Note: Doors open at 7:30pm, the evening begins shortly afterward. Advance sales end at 7:30pm on the day of. Tickets will then be $12 at the door.

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