Monday, March 5, 2012

Find House-Buying Money in Toledo and Northwest Ohio

If there's anything a blog entitles you to do, it's shamelessly self-plug.  Not enough to annoy people who read the blog more than once, just a little.  And if the subject matter is a perfect match to the blog, than it's more than excusable.  If you live in northwest Ohio, and are looking to buy a home, you could do worse than come to the Main branch of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library on April 23 from 6 to 8 p.m.  It's Great Homebuying Opportunities.

You can hear speakers, pick up materials, and talk to people from organizations that can fill you in on great state and local programs that can help you buy a house.  A rep from the Ohio Housing Finance Agency will be there to discuss their first-time homebuyer program, the Ohio Heroes Program, where qualified active service, veterans, firefighters, police, health care workers and others can get help in buying a home, and the mortgage certificate program. We'll have people from the Northwest Ohio Development Agency to discuss their homebuying programs, Neighborhood Housing Services home ownership programsUnited North, Habitat for Humanity, and more.  And refreshments.  Did I say that?  Yes, you can munch and sip while discussing your homebuying options. 

If you aren't from northwest Ohio, and are looking for great opportunities yourself, here's some ways to investigate your mortgage-trimming, tax-saving home buying opportunities in your own backyard.

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