Overland Park, KS - A Little Acorn idea grows into a mortgage program for starter buyers

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Real Estate Agent with Realty Executives of Kansas City

Together with Stephanie Cachero-Henry of Bank of America Mortgage and Kurt Goeser with State Farm Insurance, I will be presenting the Acorn Housing Program on May 10, 2007 at the Bank of America Building, Suite 225, 10000 College Blvd. in Overland Park, KS.

The presentation is presented from 7:00 pm until 8:30 pm.

We will provide answers about buying a home for low and moderate income buyers (those with less than $54,080 household income) with lower interest rates, low or no down payment and lower closing costs.

Those who don't qualify for the program now may find out about the free budget and credit mortgage counseling program.

To register, send e-mail to PaulaWalter@remax.net or phone 913-339-0682.

I have experience with the process of the first time homebuyer seminars. Knowledge is power for the client. The Acorn Housing Program has helped people invest in their own homes for quite sometime.

According to information at the Acorn Housing web site: "AHC is governed by a diverse five-member Board of Directors. The Board is best described as a dedicated and diverse group of individuals that is committed to seeing that AHC achieves its mission". Brief bios on the AHC Board of Directors are presented at the web site along with updates on projects across the country.  Acorn Housing Program   http://www.acornhousing.org

Comments (2)

1~Judi Barrett
Integrity Real Estate Services 116 SE AVE N, Idabel, OK 74745 - Idabel, OK
BS Ed, Integrity Real Estate Services -IDABEL OK
It would be nice if someone in Idabel, Oklahoma was doing what you are doing in your area.
May 05, 2007 01:19 PM
Paula Walter
Realty Executives of Kansas City - Leawood, KS
Ph.D. e-Pro REALTOR

Judi, maybe you can find something at the Acorn Housing website www.acornhousing.org/ 

There are some programs available in Missouri, but I haven't been able to pursue them. (Can only be in so many places at once.)

May 06, 2007 03:13 AM