Money Matters Basic Training for Future Home Buyers

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If you are planning to buy a home in the Houston area in the next 6 to 18 months OR if you just want to get your "financial house" in order this year the Money Matters Basic Training is for YOU!

This FREE 4-hour workshop is the prerequisite for joining the NHBA HomeBuyers Club and the Lease-to-Own Program. It provides an intense introduction (or refresher) to financial literacy. A smart home buyer begins as a smart consumer. This workshop covers"

  • Setting financial goals
  • Organizing financial records
  • Creating a spending plan
  • Creating a budget
  • Creating a savings plan
  • Evaluating your credit report
  • Calculating debt to income
  • Developing a family plan
  • Emergency funding
  • Home Buyer Basics

Space is limited! For workshop dates and registration information visit http://www.nhballiance.com/homebuyer-club-workshops.php OR for more information contact:

National Housing Benefit Alliance at 832-626-7738
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Jerry Newman
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Hi Toni, I wish you the Best on your workshop for buyers. It sounds like it will be very beneficial with some good information.

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Thank you Jerry! The great thing about this workshop is it will benefit even those that are not ready to buy or who may already own. The goal is change attitudes towards personal finances.

February 28, 2011 12:29 PM #2
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