San Jose, CA First Time Home Buyers - Free Web Class for YOU!

Web Classes for First Time Home BuyersAs part of our Home Ownership Workshop of free Web Classes, Shashank Shekhar Mortgage Broker/Banker with Arcus Lending and author of the book "First Time Home Buying 101" will talk about "Financing Options for First Time Home Buyers in San Jose, California." By the end of the webinar you will learn about:

  • What are the different financing options for Home Buyers?
  • When should you pick an Adjustable Rate Mortgage (ARM) vs Fixed Rate loan?
  • What are the downpayment requirements?
  • Are there any 100% loans available?
  • San Jose FHA Loans vs Conventional Mortgage - which is better?
Reserve your Webinar seat now at:
The web class will be followed by open Q&A session, where you are free to ask any question from Shashank.

Title: Financing Option for Home Buyers
Date: Saturday, May 7, 2011 Time: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM PDT

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar. Space is Limited.


Shashank Shekhar

Mortgage Broker/Banker | San Jose, CA

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Comment balloon 3 commentsShashank Shekhar • April 21 2011 11:36AM


I'm so sorry I missed your webinar! Do you have any others coming up anytime soon?

Posted by Forest Tardibuono, The Guy in the White Hat - Your Hard Money Broker (Sun Pacific Mortgage & Real Estate) almost 9 years ago

Yes, Please register here and you will be notified when we conduct the next one -

Thanks for your interest!

Posted by Shashank Shekhar, San Jose, CA Mortgage Broker/Lender (Arcus Lending) almost 9 years ago
For one thing, don't make decisions this inmartopt by asking strangers on Yahoo for advise. If you'd gone to a professional in the first place he would have guided you through the proper steps. Talk to the bank's mortgage officer. The loan is your responsibility since you didn't do that when you sold your interest. One late payment isn't a problem. The highest rating from the credit agency is No more than one late payment . It should be dropping off the record soon in any case.
Posted by Raj over 8 years ago