Curious home buyers can get questions answered at Home Ownership Fair

From staff and wire reports

February 24, 2012 at 9:24 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Thinking about buying a house? Curious about the home-buying process? Get your questions answered at a Home Ownership Fair at the St. Charles Parish East Regional Library on Saturday, March 3 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The library is located at 160 West Campus Dr. in Destrehan.

Local builders, home inspectors, insurance companies, mortgage companies, nonprofit resources, real estate agencies and title companies will be at the fair to provide information about the steps of the home-buying process. Attendees will also have a chance to register to win a matching G.E. washer and dryer donated by Haydel’s Furniture and Appliances.

"We’re really excited to provide this opportunity for the community," said librarian Lauren Pitz. "The fair will really be a one-stop shop for home buying questions and answers. Attendees will get a chance to talk to a variety of organizations to help them gather the information they need to make the best choices about such an important decision."

Participating partners include: Capital One Home Loans, Choice Title, Clouse Realty & Associates, Crescent Title, Dave Millet Insurance, Essential Mortgage, Family Resources of New Orleans, Gagnet Inspections Inc., Gardner Realtors, Haydel’s Furniture and Appliances, Hoffman Custom Built Homes, Keller Williams Realty LLC, Latter & Blum Inc., Louisiana Federal Credit Union, Moore New Homes, Remax Real Estate Partners, Riverlands Insurance Services, Riverview Title LLC, and the St. Charles Parish Library.

For more information, call the staff at the East Regional Library at 985-764-2366 or visit

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