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Hey first-time home buyers!

Have a question about getting a home? Or a mortgage? Or anything to do with the home buying process?

Never fear, first-timers. The First-Time Home Buyer Q&A Google Hangout is here.

Coming next week, our second hangout is dedicated to first-time home buyers and I couldn’t be more excited. We’ve assembled a very impressive panel of experts that will definitely provide great answers to your questions and provide a lot of value to our viewers.

Here’s the official description of this exciting event:

Join Quicken Loans, the Federal Housing Administration, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the National Association of Realtors, In-House Realty, Quizzle and other guests on November 22, 2013 at 12:30 pm for a special Google Hangout, dedicated to first-time home buyers. We’ll be discussing all of the important questions clients have about buying their first home, getting a mortgage, budgeting, managing credit and much more.We’ll even be taking live questions during the Hangout through Twitter (#HomeBuyerChat) or by email at homebuyer@quickenloans.com. No registration required.

Just go to http://po.st/HomeBuyer to watch the Hangout. See you there!

The panel of experts includes:

  • Doug Seabolt — In-House Realty
  • Doug Andrus — Keller Williams
  • Michael Brocker-Queiro — TSI Appraisal
  • Mark Connors — Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Julie Shaffer — Federal Housing Administration
  • Margo Willis — Red Moon Realty, Member of NAR
  • Jerry Lootens — Awful Picky Home Inspections
  • Michael Berris — Quicken Loans – Director of Mortgage Banking NMLS#23343
  • Katie Bushor — Quizzle

Please let me know if you have any questions about the Hangout or for the Hangout. And once again, see you there!

 

 

 

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. My daughter has never bought a house. Can she qualify as a first time home buyer if I put my home in her name? The house is paid for.

    1. Hi Denny:

      I assume you would want to do this for tax purposes. Since the federal tax no longer exists at this point for first-time buyers, the tax incentives available will vary based on your location. I would consult a local tax adviser for official advice. The eligibility requirements will change based on locale.

      Thanks,
      Kevin Graham

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