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First Niagara to Host Home Buyer Fair

For those who have never purchased a home, the mere thought of the process can be enough to create some serious doubts. If you fall into that category, and you’re looking for some insight into the process, you might want to consider attending a fair that is designed around setting up attendees with valuable resources to get the ball rolling. After all, the more that one knows about down payment assistance programs, credit counseling and affordable loan products, the better off that person will be in the long run.

On April 22nd from 5-7pm, there will be a home buyers’ fair at Larkin Building’s Chautauqua Cafe, 726 Exchange Street, Buffalo. The event is free for first time home buyers who are looking for information that could help them to avoid common pitfalls along the way. The fair will be conducted by First Niagara team members and additional industry experts.

“First Niagara is committed to creating strong, diverse and thriving communities,” said Phil Swetz, First Niagara CRA Residential Business Manager. “We are proud to work with local residents to help them assess their financial lives, make the dream of home ownership a reality, improve their financial fitness and promote greater self-sufficiency.”

Mortgage Consultants, education providers, credit counselors, etc. will be on hand at the event, to help guide home buyers through the entire buying process, from grant programs to financial advice.

Refreshments will be served.

If you would like more information on the Home Buyer Fair, consumers may call 1-888-606-6754 or email MyMortgage@fnfg.com.

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