On Sept. 26, Live Baltimore will host its final Buying Into Baltimore event of 2015, from which thirty $5,000 homebuying incentives will be made available. The event will include narrated bus tours of homes currently for sale in Baltimore City, as well as exhibitors from Baltimore City Housing, the State of Maryland, neighborhood and community groups, and the real estate industry. Additionally, a special workshop will feature information on the newly announced “Maryland Grand Slam” program. Buying Into Baltimore is a homebuying incentive, made possible by the City of Baltimore as part of its B-HiP Initiative.
WHAT: Buying Into Baltimore: $5,000 Homebuying Incentive Event
WHO: Live Baltimore, in partnership with Baltimore City Housing
WHEN: 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015; workshops begin at 9 a.m., bus tours begin at 1 p.m.
WHERE: Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, 1400 W Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore, 21209
WHY: Attendance at this event will make homebuyers eligible for $5,000 in downpayment and closing cost assistance from the City of Baltimore. The thirty available incentives may be used toward homes anywhere in the city. The cost to attend is $10 with online registration at LiveBaltimore.com or $15 at the door. Full incentive details are available atLiveBaltimore.com.
About Live Baltimore
Live Baltimore is a nationally recognized, independent nonprofit organization committed to promoting the benefits of Baltimore City living. Each year, Live Baltimore provides thousands of individuals with information on the city’s 250+ neighborhoods, rental living options, homebuying incentive programs, historic tax credits, and more. For more information, visit LiveBaltimore.com.
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