RE/MAX Maple Leaf Realty is proudÂ to be a part of the RE/MAX network.Â Â Through our affiliation with RE/MAX we are able to offer our Buyer and Seller Customers and Clients helpful informaiton from our regional and international offices.Â This video series on YouTube is a prime example of how RE/MAX sets itself above the competition.Â
Natick, MA – August 26, 2009 – RE/MAX of New England today launched a series of public service announcements (PSAs) geared toward educating consumers during the home buying process. The series is the direct result of first-time homebuyer focus groups that showed that consumers lacked general knowledge about the home buying process and the tax incentives available to them.
The collective program of PSAs is aimed at connecting first-time homebuyers with experienced RE/MAX agents for education about the home buying process and to learn how they can become eligible for an FHA loan and for the tax credit before it expires on November 30, 2009.
“First-time homebuyers are a critical component of the housing market recovery,” said Jay Hummer, Executive Vice President and Regional Director at RE/MAX of New England. “The more homebuyers who know about the process and the tools available to them, the more likely they’ll take advantage of the buyer’s market and the more stable the housing market will become.”
In addition, RE/MAX offers its agents a wealth of educational materials, through the award-winning RE/MAX University, with detail about the tax credit incentive and FHA loans. RE/MAX is leveraging its extensive communications network, including corporate social networking accounts on Facebook, You Tube and Twitter, to promote the videos and corresponding collateral material.
For more information about RE/MAX Maple Leaf Realty and how we can assist you, call Troy Richardson today at 802-447-3210.
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