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Register for a First Time Homebuyer workshop hosted by Inland Fair Housing & Mediation Board
If buying your first home is in your foreseeable future you may want to sign-up for one of three, free First Time Homebuyer workshops hosted by Inland Fair Housing & Mediation Board (IFHMB). IFHMB is a non-profit, public benefit corporation serving San Bernardino County and parts of Riverside and Imperial counties since 1980.
The upcoming workshops will educate enrollees on buy a home, budgeting, credit, mortgage loans and how to avoid default and foreclosure. Participants who complete one of the 8-hour courses will receive a certificate of completion from the IFHMB, a Housing and Urban Development-approved counseling agency.
Based in Ontario — with satellite offices in San Bernardino, Victorville, Barstow, Indio and El Centro, IFHMB assists thousands of individuals each year through its numerous programs at no charge to the consumer. IFHMB is funded by numerous grants and awards serving as an intermediary to assist individuals in resolving issues related to housing discrimination, homeownership sustainability, rental complaints, and disputes in court through the provision of resource recommendations, education and mediation.
The upcoming First Time Homebuyer workshops are scheduled for Saturday, March 17; Friday, March 23; and, Saturday, March 31. The workshop originally scheduled for this Friday, March 9 is sold out. All workshops will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Currently the $100 tuition for these workshops is being waived. These workshops will be held at Inland Fair Housing and Mediation Board’s offices at 1500 S. Haven Ave., Suite 100 in Ontario.
To register for one of the March workshops visit: www.ifhmb.eventbrite.com or call: 800-321-0911 ext. 190 for more information.