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Up to $5,000 in Home Buying Assistance with Live Baltimore’s Buying into Baltimore Event

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Buying Into Baltimore

Buying Into Baltimore is a Home buying Incentive Event.  It offers participants a chance to meet with real estate experts and community organizations, sit in on home buying workshops, take a narrated bus tour of Baltimore neighborhoods, preview homes for sale, AND become eligible for up to $5,000 in home buying assistance including downpayment and closing cost for a home, anywhere in Baltimore City!

Buying Into Baltimore takes place twice annually: once in the spring or summer and once in the fall. Thirty incentive awards are available through each event, for a total of 60 Buying Into Baltimore awards each year. Individuals ready to make their home purchases and apply for an incentive, as well as those just beginning to research the home buying process, will benefit from this fun and informative event!

There are requirements and restrictions for using the Buying Into Baltimore incentive, please read the full incentive description and the event FAQsfor details.

REGISTRATION NOTES:

There is a $10 per person fee to pre-register for this event. Children under 10 are free. This fee applies to all participants, whether they tour homes on the narrated bus, drive themselves, or choose only to attend the exhibitor fair. All attendees of the event, over the age of 10, must be registered—even if they do not wish to qualify for the $5,000 incentive. No registration refunds will be given. Registration is available on the day of the event for a $15 per person fee, payable by cash or credit card.

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