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Financial Empowerment Workshop: Credit Rebuilding & Home Loans

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101 E Franklin St

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Richmond, VA 23219

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Would you like to see your credit score improve? Would you like to know how your credit score affects your finances? Learn all about credit and more .We will be discussing all the specifics of how to raise your credit score and ultimately how this will help you gain assets and how to save money that will make you richer. This info will ultimately change your life for the better.....forever! This seminar is exactly what you need in these financially uncertain times. Guarantee your financial success with empowering yourself with our priceless info in this seminar.

Would you like to become wealthier? The most direct path to wealth is real estate. Over 60% of American wealth is real estate, therefore, home ownership is imperative to gaining access to wealth. One of the most important requirements to home ownership is good credit, and there is always something new to learn with credit. During this time, we will be explaining all of the secrets to getting the best home loan on the house that you really want in the time that you want it. What you learn at this workshop will help you get the best financing for your future and put you in position to gain access to wealth through real estate.

This event is FREE and open to the public being held at the Main Branch at the Richmond Public Library and also has a limited amount of free tickets, early reservation is strongly urged.



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The Federal Reserve Board of Governors published on June 9 the “Financial Accounts of the United States” for the First Quarter of 2016.The report tells us that the net worth (assets minus liabilities) of households and nonprofits rose to $88.1 trillion. The country’s asset values were boosted in that quarter by a $500 billion increase in the value of residential real estate, which is actually an increase in land values. The total value of reported real estate value was, in trillions, $25 for households, $11 for noncorporate business, and ($9.7+1.5)*2 = $22.4 for governments, multiplying the structure value by 2 in the assumption that half of the real estate value is land. Since research concludes that over 25 percent of corporate assets are in real estate, that puts corporate real estate value at $29/4 trillion, or $7.25 trillion. That gives us a total value of US real estate of around $65 trillion.

This event is free and open to the public being held at the Main Branch at the Richmond Public Library and also has a limited amount of free tickets, early reservation is strongly urged.

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