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Home Buying Classes Scheduled for Sept. 11 and 18 in Rosslyn

An exclusive home buying class is being held on Sept. 11 and 18 in Arlington.

The first 3 to attend each class get a free Roku Express!

Looking for a home in a great location but without the high costs? Consider an older home.

  1. Older homes will save you money on your real estate taxes because the assessed value is lower.
  2. In the DC metro region, an older home can save you $50,000 and more compared to newer construction homes in the same neighborhood.
  3. You can always renovate the home later, leaving you with a modern home with more character.

Attend the Home Buyer Class hosted by Orange Line Living and Get $1,500 Towards Your Next Home Purchase!

You will get a comprehensive explanation of the home purchasing process – there’s more to know than you’d think. The Orange Line Living Team will be teaching all of the acronyms and definitions you will need, what happens at each stage of your transaction, real strategies on how to negotiate a lower purchase price, the different type of loans available, and much more. There will be local specialists from multiple industries in attendance, so come with questions.

Benefits of Attending

  • $1,500 credit towards your new home or towards early lease termination
  • 12-month home buy-back guarantee
  • Food and drinks provided
  • AND the first 3 to attend will receive a Roku Express!

The event is hosted by best-selling author and top nationally-ranked real estate agent Dan Lesniak, author of The HyperLocal HyperFast Real Estate Agent. Dan and his team have developed a special process that has allowed them to help over one thousand local families buy or sell their home.

Details

Space is limited so be sure to register at arlingtonhomebuyerclass.com!

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