Online Home Buyer Class is Easy!

John Winder recently completed the eHome America online home buyer education class and here's what he had to say...

"I highly recommend the eHome America program. It is a great way to educate yourself on all the intricacies of buying and maintaining a home. It is a complex process and the more you know up front the more prepared you will be to buy a home, the more money you can save in the process, and the more home you can get for your money. All the tools were helpful and easy to use and the counseling service was great because you get to talk to someone in person and ask them any questions you have. They are knowledgable about the process. They will make you aware of the possible scams and pitfalls in the process as well as any funding or grants available to first time home buyers. It is an easy process, well worth your time. I have already recommended to one friend that he take advantage of this before purchasing his home. He did, and had a similar positive experience. This is a way to obtain very sound advice, so take advantage of it."

Online Home Buyer Education Works!

Holly Jackson is the proud owner of her first home in Douglas County, Oregon. Online home buyer education helped her qualify for a matched savings program that turned every $1 she saved into $2 or $3. She decided to take advantage of eHome America’s online home buyer education course to save time and avoid traveling 20 miles to the nearest in-person class.

“eHome America was extremely simple, easy to follow and easy to understand,” said Holly. “I learned about the importance of good credit and how the whole process works. It gave me the terminology to speak comfortably with realtors and lenders. I would recommend it to anyone, even if they think they already know.”

Holly added that young people looking to rent should explore online home buyer education to see what their options are.

“If I had this option 15 or 20 years ago, I would have owned a home sooner,” said Holly.



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