Home buyers nowadays are not educated enough on the home-buying process. As a Realtor and a local area expert, I want them to know all their options and make this complicated process less frustrating for them.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 14, 2017
On Saturday, October 7, Realtor Fiona Santos, of Renovation Design Realty, will be speaking at a first-time home buyers seminar at the Bank of America Hillsdale branch, 2900 S. El Camino Real, San Mateo, CA. The free seminar, which will also address the current real estate market, takes place from 1-2 p.m.
“Home buyers nowadays are not educated enough on the home-buying process. As a Realtor and a local area expert, I want them to know all their options and make this complicated process less frustrating for them,” said Santos, a Certified Home Listing Consultant.
Some of the best industry leaders in the Bay Area will also be discussing the true costs of owning vs. renting, how to improve or fix one’s credit in 60 days or less, tips and tricks in an overbidding and multiple offer situation, understanding the costs of buying a home, market updates, current interest rates and different programs to help buyers decide what’s best for them. There will also be a Q&A with top-producer Realtor Santos, Bank of America loan officer Mariko Mendoza and escrow/title specialist Jack Lin.
Attendees can also receive a free credit report at the end of the seminar, as well as free home buyers handbooks, materials and other giveaways. Refreshments will be provided. To RSVP, call or text Fiona Santos at (415) 513-8876, or email fiona(at)rdrsf(dot)com.
About Fiona Santos, Renovation Design Realty
Fiona Santos is a top-producing Realtor who averages $12 million worth of properties in the San Francisco Bay Area each year. She also educates and helps individuals, couples and families into their first homes or investment properties as well as people who are relocating. For more information, please call (415) 513-8876, or visit http://www.fionasellshomes.com.
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