Prudential experts to hold free seminar July 18 on avoiding pitfalls when buying a home

Shelley Linde

Shelley and Peter Linde of Prudential California Realty are hosting a free informative seminar on Wednesday, July 18, at 7:30 p.m., at the Marriott Del Mar, 11966 El Camino Real, Carmel Valley, 92130.  Joining them will be two dynamic guest speakers.  All three speakers will be addressing how to avoid the pitfalls in making a purchase in today’s real estate market.

According to Shelley Linde who has worked as a Realtor in both Northern California and San Diego, buying property today is a lot more complicated.  The internet has created a false impression that you find your home online and simply go to an open house to make your purchase. Buyers and sellers are both becoming disillusioned with the process. In this seminar they plan to point out what to look for in a location, in a structure and in a loan —  photographs on the internet don’t tell the entire story.

“A home is the largest investment most of us will ever make,” Shelley Linde said. “Our goal is for our guests to be able to make smart purchases and invest in their family’s future both financially and emotionally.”

An evening of information, fun and food — free of charge!

Space is limited.  To reserve a seat, please RSVP to Linde Properties at slinde@prusd.com or call 760-585-5824.

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