Take ‘Road to Homeownership’ through workshops

  • Friday, February 15, 2013

A new series of seminars called the “Road to Homeownership” are being offered to those curious about the housing market. The Homeownership Resource Center (HRC), a division of Family Services (FSI), will be hosting the workshops, further serving the Tri-county area. The workshops are sponsored and facilitated by Complete Action Real Estate Services. (CARES).

In an effort to further assist those unsure of homeownership, the seminars will focus on the advantages and disadvantages in owning a home, so that the consumer may make a sound and informed decision.

“These seminars reflect the time and dedication of CARES, setting it apart from all other real estate companies,” Deborah Jones, CARES Broker in Charge, said. “We care about educating the potential buyer about the homeownership process and what to expect in this real estate market.”

The first seminar in the Road to Homeownership Series was held on Feb. 9. Part two and three of the series will be held on Thursdays, Feb. 21 and 28 from 6:30 - 8 p.m. All classes will be held at 4925 Lacross Road, Suite 105, North Charleston.

Several topics will be examined in these brief, informative seminars offered by CARES. Visit the real estate’s website at www.CARESRealEstate.com.

The workshops are free, but space is limited. Please register online at the Homeownership Resource Center website at www.fsisc.org by clicking on the calendar. Or call 843-735-7862.

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