Wednesday, January 9, 2013

FRAMEWORK: Online Homebuyer Education...And Your Clients

Better buyers, faster closings, stronger communities.  Framework™ puts homeownership on a solid foundation

In late 2012, the Minnesota Homeownership Center, working with the Housing Partnership Network, began the release of Framework™, the most comprehensive online educational tool available to first-time homebuyers.  

At the Center, we know that informed buyers are successful homeowners... and YOU can help you clients succeed by working with us to promote Framework™ to your friends, families and clients.

During the month of January, the Minnesota Homeownership Center will be hosting a series of FREE webinars for professionals interested in learning more about this groundbreaking new online tool.

Engaging and intuitive, Framework™ allows homebuyers to easily access information and complete the course at their own pace.  Framework can even help your clients qualify for special financing programs that make homeownership more affordable (Visit the Center's website, here, for more information about our "Down Payment Resource Tool") and is accepted by most lenders including Bremer Bank, MN Housing, US Bank, Wells Fargo and more.

Now we're offering a series of webinars for you to see how Framework™ can help your clients, friends and families be successful homebuyers... and help YOU in your real estate, or lending business.

January Webinars:

Monday January 14, 2013
10:00am -11:00am CST

Friday January 18, 2013
1:00pm -2:00pm CST

Wednesday January 23, 2013
2:00pm -3:00pm CST

Click on any of the links above to register for these FREE informational sessions!

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