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NeighborWorks Southern Mass. to offer first-time homebuyer workshop in Walpole

NeighborWorks Southern Mass. will offer a two-part workshop for first-time homebuyers, to be held from 5 to 9 p.m. Monday September 30 and Wednesday October 2 at Walpole Co-Operative Bank, 992 Main St., Walpole.

Sponsored by Walpole Co-Operative Bank, the workshop will give participants an opportunity to meet and hear from real estate brokers, insurance agents, attorneys, and loan originators. Attendees also will have an opportunity to learn about grant programs and speak to a lender about different mortgage options.

The registration fee for the workshop is $20 per person. To register or for more information, call 508-587-0950 or visit www.nwsoma.org.

NeighborWorks Southern Mass. is a partnership of residents, businesses and local governments. The organization’s mission is to create housing opportunities by educating and assisting first time home buyers to purchase their own homes, developing affordable housing for those in need, and making home rehabilitation loans.

First established in 1981 in the City of Quincy, the organization has expanded to provide services in 25 cities and towns across the South Shore.

Bank News

NeighborWorks Southern Mass. to offer first-time homebuyer workshop in Walpole

NeighborWorks Southern Mass. will offer a two-part workshop for first-time homebuyers, to be held from 5 to 9 p.m. Monday September 30 and Wednesday October 2 at Walpole Co-Operative Bank, 992 Main St., Walpole.

Sponsored by Walpole Co-Operative Bank, the workshop will give participants an opportunity to meet and hear from real estate brokers, insurance agents, attorneys, and loan originators. Attendees also will have an opportunity to learn about grant programs and speak to a lender about different mortgage options.

The registration fee for the workshop is $20 per person. To register or for more information, call 508-587-0950 or visit www.nwsoma.org.

NeighborWorks Southern Mass. is a partnership of residents, businesses and local governments. The organization’s mission is to create housing opportunities by educating and assisting first time home buyers to purchase their own homes, developing affordable housing for those in need, and making home rehabilitation loans.

First established in 1981 in the City of Quincy, the organization has expanded to provide services in 25 cities and towns across the South Shore.