Job Loss Protection Program for Homebuyers!

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Real Estate Agent with Allison James Estates and Homes SL3168091

Home Buyers get job-loss protection

Printed in the Sun-Sentinal (South Florida Newspaper) by Paul Owers and modified by Josephine Carpenter for release.

Dated: Mar 27, 2009

Keller Williams Realty of Brevard (KW international) is joining a growing list of companies starting job-loss protection programs for customers

People who lose their jobs within two years of buying homes through Keller Williams may receive up to six months of mortgage payments. The program has been approved for borrowers with FHA, VA and USDA loans, and the real estate firm hopes to make it available for people who have conventional loans.

 To be eligible, borrowers must qualify for unemployment benefits. This protection plan is offered only to home buyers that work with Keller Williams Agents. The Keller Williams Realty of Brevard office holds quarterly homebuyer seminars that lay out the full details of the plan; including involving lender professionals, title professionals, Real Estate Attorney, Inspection Company, surveyors, Appraisal Company, and a moving and storage consultant.

 The Homebuyer seminars are intended for any homebuyer, even those who may think they are not eligible to purchase a home. The Education that a buyer can receive at one of these seminars is priceless; and it's Free!

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Keller Williams Realty of Brevard is the only Keller Williams Office independently owned in Brevard County FL; with over 65 agents and currently the 4th largest producing office in the county. KW international just released (February 2009) that it is the 3rd largest Real Estate Agency in the US; with over 72,000 agents, and over 600 offices nationwide. The agents, who are affiliated with Keller Williams Realty of Brevard, live throughout Brevard county, and spread as far North as Mims, and as far south as Malabar.

 

Comments (1)

Dan Allen
Florida Professional Real Estate Inc - Saint Lucie West, FL

My wife and are are looking for an agent in the Melbourn Beach area. I would only trust a CDPE

Jun 16, 2009 03:03 PM