You may get the help you need to make home ownership a real possibility!!
Find information and support at every turn:
• Get help with your down payment — Apply for down payment assistance grants from local nonprofit organizations, available for a limited time to qualified homebuyers who purchase a home in selected neighborhoods
• Find out if you’re ready to buy a home — Meet one-on-one with professionals to understand the home financing options that may be available
• Prepare for sustainable homeownership —Learn more about finding and financing a home and managing the financial responsibilities of homeownership at Wells Fargo’s video homebuyer education center
• Picture yourself at home — Stop by Wells Fargo’s Affordable Home Tour(SM) viewing center to preview the features and prices of area homes for sale
• See for yourself — Board a neighborhood home tour bus for a free ride to and from homes you’d like to see first-hand
If you have a goal to become a homeowner, you won’t want to miss the Neighborhood LIFT(SM) event, sponsored by Wells Fargo in
collaboration with local non-profit organizations.
Date: February 10-11, 2012
Time: 10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Location: Georgia World Congress Center, Exhibit Hall B1
285 Andrew Young International Blvd. NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
Free parking in designated lots, see web site for details.
Admission is free!
Plan to spend some worthwhile time discovering the possibilities of homeownership in Atlanta – and find out if it’s right for you.
or call 866-858-2151
Home Mortgage Consultant, Phone: (404) 257-7988,Cell: (404) 454-7805 email@example.com-NMLSR ID: 516216
1. The Neighborhood LIFT program is a collaborative program of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Wells Fargo Foundation, and NeighborWorks America,an independent nonprofit organization.
Wells Fargo Home Mortgage is a division of Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. © 2011 Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. All rights reserved. NMLSR ID 399801.
Stats: 3bed/ 2bath Bungalow- meticulously restored, 4 fireplaces, Hardwoods, Built-in’s, Butler’s Pantry, Claw foot tub, Jetted Tub, SS Appliances- MUST SEE to believe how much more!
Community: Diverse, Multi generational , Energetic, Inviting,- feels like “home”
Neighborhood: Intown Atlanta, Beltline, Public Trans, Sidewalks, Restaurant, Shops/Boutiques
Homes: Spacious 1920 Bungalows, Frame, Brick, 2 story Traditional and a few Cali Bungalows
Residents: Architects, Artists, Media Designers, Corporate Professionals, Entrepreneurs, Lawyers
Cool: This community published their own Neighborhood, “WESTVIEW”, book! Chili & Pizza parties, walking tours, a solid neighborhood association
Many More Items Available! See Our Partial Inventory Online!
Make a Difference While You Shop!
The ReStore Recycles Cell Phones, Pagers and PDAs. Drop yours off today!
The ReStore Needs Volunteer s! Consider volunteering at the ReStore. Volunteer opportunities are available on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays or Saturdays unloading trucks, stocking shelves, pricing inventory, assisting customers and cleaning and organizing the store. To lend a hand at the ReStore, call the Atlanta Habitat volunteer line at 404-223-5180 , ext. 135, or to find out more about volunteering and to download a volunteer application.click here
Atlanta Habitat ReStore ● 519 Memorial Drive ● Atlanta , GA 30312 ● 404-525-2114
View these additional resources and links on the Atlanta Preservation Center
Tonight’s meeting was informative, here’s a quick recap. Please add events to your calendar:
- June 21st Westview Neighborhood BBQ, partnership with It’s Our Neighborhood Association
- National Night Out 2008 (First Tuesday in August)
- Great American Clean-Up
Also Major Perdue, Deputy Chief of Zone 4 came out and gave a report on crime in our area. As you know, Zone 4 is the LARGEST zone, and is in need of additional Officers- our territory is wide- covering West End, Westview, Dill/University Ave , Oakland City all the way to parts of Camp Creek . Crime is up 15% more this year from last- he did emphasize that WE- Westview and West End are not unique- Atlanta and the nationhas huge CRIME issues due to the bad economy. Major Perdue also reiterated that most crime is on vacant properties. Copper. Appliances. Electrical. HVAC/Furnace (for copper) etc. Also a new trend, businesses are being hit after hours. Our defence/solution; US. He advised us to become those “nosey neighbors” again, take notes, CALL the police, know your neighbors, look out for each other. There is also a new Seniors Police Academy training – contact Macia Kimbro at 404-209-5250 to sign up.
Jonathan Kidwell (Area Manager for NPU-T) of House Proud (a ToolBank Program) also informed the residents of this program/service now available to our Seniors in NPU-T. You WANT TO KNOW ABOUT THIS PROGRAM. If you are a Senior Citizen (Home Owner) or know someone who is, that reside in NPU-T you House Proud will help restore your home. Some of the FREE services they offer is roof repair, electrical, plumbing, painting, flooring- anything to keep you “warm, safe and dry” . Check out their website at www.houseproudatl.org and contact Jonathan at 404-880-0054x 20, email firstname.lastname@example.org. This service is for Seniors 60+, home owners, lower income ( income of $39,000max a year for single), and MUST have home owners insurance. Be sure to help your neighbors and get them this information.
Lastly, did you know that Habitat for Humanity has a ReStore? This is a home improvement outlet (store selling products up to 75% below retail) and 100% of the profit supports Atlanta Habitat for Humanity. All of the products are donated,(some from Home Depot ). The store is in Grant Park. 519 Memorial Drive, www.atlantarestore.orgor call for hours at 404-525-2114. Be sure to mention you heard about this from “Ayanna” at the Westview Community meeting for a 25% discount off a single item purchase. You can also donate (for a tax right off) or volunteer.
…and I think, that’s it. Tomorrow West End Neighborhood Development at 7PM at the Peeples Street library.