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Free Credit Seminar Aspen Library

What Does It Take to Earn Good Credit?
What Does It Take to Earn Good Credit?

Please join Jan Leasure and the 60048 Diamond Residential Mortgage Team to learn how to Get and Maintain good credit.  Jan will be speaking at the Aspen public Library in Vernon Hills on Thursday, January 16th at noon.  The event is free and and is sponsored by the Aspen public Library and the GLMV Chamber of Commerce.  Bring all your credit questions along and have the opportunity to receive a free credit evaluation at the conclusion of the event.

Learn:

  • What is a good credit score?

  • What things impact your credit?

  • How to Build Credit if you have none

  • How to Repair Damaged Credit

  • Bankruptcy Recovery

  • Short Sale & Foreclosure Recovery

  • How Does My Credit Affect a Home Purchase?

Brown-Bag it for lunch or order and pick up a $5 box lunch special from Fodrak’s (reserve by 11 am).  To sign up register at www.glmvchamber.org (events) or call 847-680-0750.  The Aspen Library is located at 701 Aspen Drive, Vernon Hills, IL 60061 847-362-2330

*Join the Diamond team on February 21st at noon at the Fremont public Library for our "Home Buying 101" First-Time Home Buyer seminar. 


Jan Leasure January 08, 2014 at 09:02 AM
Please join us and bring along all of your credit questions. This is also good information for college students and young people who have not yet established credit.
Jared Dellinger January 08, 2014 at 09:42 AM
What a great opportunity for the community to learn about such an important topic!
Lisa Goodman January 08, 2014 at 11:16 AM
The New Year is a perfect time to fix your credit. Please come out and join us for this highly recommended and informative session.
Lawrence Young January 08, 2014 at 11:58 AM
The best way to purchase a home is to submit a strong offer that is backed up by a PRE-APPROVAL LETTER from your lender. Pre-qualification letters are not the same thing. Get your credit report reviewed and repair the little things that you can easily.

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