Chase International of Tahoe to host free community real estate forum
Today’s rapidly changing economic landscape can present daunting challenges for those who want to move forward in the current real estate market.
Chase International has organized a free community forum ” Untangling the Truth and Providing Options in Today’s Real Estate Market ” for Saturday, March 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The public is invited to meet with real estate professionals at the Chase International Incline Village office, 917 Tahoe Blvd., Incline Village. Please RSVP to (775) 831-7300.
“Congress has passed new legislative bills that will absolutely provide benefits to those refinancing or purchasing real estate,” explains Ron Farrell with Wells Fargo, who will be on hand to offer advice. “We can help people take advantage of new loan programs and tax credits by shedding light on the most up-to-date information.”
This free event will be broken into three separate hour-long sessions, followed by an informal mixer where further dialogue may be exchanged.
“At Chase, we are putting our expertise to work by bringing together industry experts who can untangle the facts and provide the most accurate information,” said Kerry Donovan, broker/realtor and manager of the Incline Village office. “Our day-to-day dealings with these professionals put us in a position to know who the best resources are in their respective fields, so we can assist our neighbors as they sort through housing market options.”
For more information visit http://www.chasenation.com or call (775) 831-7300.
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