30 May 2012

Allen Tate Mortgage Introduces “How to be a Prepared Buyer” Series

Educational resources help future buyers prepare for homeownership

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (May 30, 2012) – Despite several years of uncertainty in the real estate market, the dream of homeownership is still alive and well. According to a recent Fannie Mae survey, 95 percent of homeowners view homeownership as a positive experience and more than 65 percent of renters aspire to own their own home.

Allen Tate Mortgage, a division of Allen Tate Company, the Carolinas’ leading real estate company, is helping potential homebuyers become successful homeowners through a new educational series, “How to be a Prepared Buyer.”

The series is targeted to individuals who are not quite ready for homeownership due to credit issues, but are ready to take steps toward achieving that goal. Through a series of free downloadable resource documents, future homeowners can learn about building credit, the importance of housing history and credit standards to obtain a mortgage. Other specialty topics include moving forward after a foreclosure.

The free documents are available on the company’s website, at http://mortgage.allentate.com/getstarted/prepared. New documents will be added regularly.

For more information on homeownership, call 1-800-210-0321 or visit www.allentate.com.

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As the leading real estate company in the Carolinas, Allen Tate Company offers Allen Tate Mortgage Services (ATMS), a full-service mortgage banker representing America’s top lenders. ATMS offers in-house loan processing and underwriting for ultimate customer convenience and satisfaction.

Allen Tate Realtors is the Carolinas’ largest real estate company with offices in the Charlotte, Triad, Triangle and Upstate South Carolina regions. Allen Tate offers the advantage of hometown service with international capabilities and the latest in real estate technology and maximum marketing exposure. Visit www.allentate.com for more information.

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