Dave Zamary, senior vice president, residential originations at First County Bank, led the previous New Home Buyer Workshop held in March. (contributed photo)
STAMFORD, CT - On Tuesday, May 20, First County Bank is offering a Homebuyers Workshop which is open to the community. The workshop will take place from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the First County Bank branch located at 1042 High Ridge Road, Stamford. Those interested in learning more about purchasing a new home are invited to attend the Homebuyers Workshop and can register by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
First County Bank’s Homebuyers Workshop will have all the experts required to purchase a home: real estate agent, home inspector, attorney and the bank’s mortgage loan experts available to answer questions and provide guidance. Guest speakers and their topics featured at this workshop include: David Zamary, senior vice president, residential originations, at First County Bank, “How your bank can help you on the road to home buying”; Ruth Miner of Country Club Properties, “Understand the role of your real estate agent”; Joe Lattarulo, home inspector at House Masters, “Learn about the home inspection process and what it covers”; Richard J. Margenot, Esq. attorney-at-law, “What you should know about a real estate contract and the role of your attorney.”
“First County Bank is proud to host this event for home buyers to help them learn about financing their new home,” said Dave Zamary, senior vice president, residential originations. “Even for experienced home buyers, approaching the purchase and mortgage process is daunting and for new home buyers it can be overwhelming. We hope to shed light on this by providing the necessary tools and experts to approach home buying in a more confident manner, taking the mystery out of the process.”
First County Bank mortgage loan experts will be in attendance to guide home buyers through the application process and explain mortgage options. They will review attendee finances to help determine how much they can borrow based on the guidelines used at First County Bank. Mortgage experts will provide home buyers with: tips on applying for a mortgage; a complementary financial review to help determine a budget; borrowing guidelines; what documents and supporting information are required to complete a mortgage application; and how to negotiate for their dream home. Information kits detailing the steps involved to purchase and finance a home will be distributed as a resource at the event.