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Coastal Housing Partnership Thanks 2014 Home Buying Fair Sponsors

Sponsors make March 1st Home Buying Fair in Santa Barbara possible, helping to provide potential homebuyers in Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties with a one-stop Q/A and resource day.

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Feb. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Coastal Housing Partnership, a nonprofit organization that helps put homeowners on the path to homeownership, would like to thank their 2014 Home Buying Fair sponsors. The Home Buying Fair is a one-stop home buying resource to help attendees learn how to navigate the home buying process and today's real estate market. The 3rd annual Home Buying Fair at Earl Warren Showgrounds on Saturday, March 1st from 10am to 3pm would not be possible without sponsor support.

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"Thanks to the tremendous attendee satisfaction response from our previous home buying fairs, as well as support from our wonderful sponsors, our 3rd annual Home Buying Fair will provide an efficient, no-pressure environment to learn how to successfully navigate the home buying process." says Corby Gage, Executive Director of Coastal Housing Partnership. "Lack of information can be one of the biggest obstacles to home ownership. We are deeply grateful to our sponsors – their support provides a wealth of information to help empower homebuyers in today's competitive real estate market."

The 2014 3rd Annual Home Buying Fair Sponsors are:

Key Sponsor:

Broadview Mortgage, Santa Barbara

Welcome Home Sponsor:

Bank of the West

2014 Employer Partners:

Cottage Health System

UCSB

On the Move Sponsors:

Coastal Properties, First American Title Insurance, First American Property & Casualty Insurance, Guaranteed Rate, Prospect Mortgage, The Towbes Group, Union Bank, Village Properties, Wells Fargo Home Mortgage

Open Door Sponsors:

Allen Associates Construction, Anderson Financial Solutions & Insurance Services, Caliber Home Loans, Chicago Title/Fidelity National Title, Community West Bank, Crossline Capital, emPower Santa Barbara County, Guild Mortgage Company, Lee & Associates, OnQFinancial, Orchard Collection, Santa Barbara Credit Solutions, Tremblay Financial Services

The Home Buying Fair will take place on Saturday, March 1st, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at Earl Warren Showgrounds in Santa Barbara. Admission is free for employees of Coastal Housing Partnership Member Employers and $5 for the general public. Parking is free. There will be a special give-away for the first 100 attendees.

For more information about Coastal Housing Partnership and the 2014 Home Buying Fair, contact [email protected], visit http://coastalhousing.org/home-buying-fair.php or call (805) 969-1025.  

About Coastal Housing Partnership's Home Buying Fair:

The annual Home Buying Fair in Santa Barbara, California is an educational and hands-on opportunity for potential Santa Barbara County and Ventura County homebuyers to access valuable resources and information on today's real estate market. Free seminars are presented throughout the day on key aspects of the home buying process and local market conditions. Attendees learn about the process of successfully finding a home, qualifying for a home mortgage, and purchasing and maintaining their home.  In addition to resources, prizes and valuable takeaways, the Home Buying Fair has dozens of exhibitors who are home buying experts, including local real estate agents, lenders, credit & financial advisors and residential builders. The Fair is a good resource for anyone in the home buying process, whether first-time home buyer, move-up buyer, getting back into the market or just dreaming of becoming a home owner.  

Coastal Housing Partnership has been helping local families realize their dreams of home ownership for over 25 years. As a partner with local employers, Coastal Housing helps companies and organizations meet the challenge of attracting and retaining employees in a region with some of the highest housing prices in the nation. Membership in Coastal Housing Partnership is open to any employer in Santa Barbara County or Ventura County. www.CoastalHousing.org

To view this video on YouTube, please visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PLBZm-j2qpA

Media Contact: Darla Bea Smith, Coastal Housing Partnership, 805-895-3400, [email protected]

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