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Housing Authority, City of Fort Myers to host Homebuyers Summit Nov. 4

The Housing Authority of the City of Fort Myers is hosting its Homebuyers Summit on Saturday, Nov. 4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Participants will gain insights from industry professionals, real estate agents and mortgage lenders regarding tips for a successful home purchase. Free for the public to attend, the event will offer opportunities to explore a range of properties on the market and learn about financing, negotiation strategies and home inspection essentials.

The Homebuyers Summit will also allow participants to build valuable connections with local experts, network and learn from others’ experiences.

“We are so grateful to our partners for helping us provide this opportunity to both first-time homebuyers and seasoned homeowners,” said Marcia Davis, executive director of The Housing Authority of the City of Fort Myers. “Our goal is to increase access to stable housing, and we hope that the public will take advantage of this Summit and the resources that will be available.”

Partners for this event include Suncoast Credit Union, Busey Bank, Tomasso Mortgage, Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America (NACA) and Habitat for Humanity of Lee and Hendry Counties.

The Homebuyers Summit is open to the public and will take place in the Housing Authority’s administration building boardroom, located at 4224 Renaissance Preserve Way in Fort Myers. To learn more, visit HACFM.org or call 239-344-3220.

About the Housing Authority of the City of Fort Myers

The Housing Authority of the City of Fort Myers serves as a catalyst for increasing access to safe, stable and sustainable housing and to help develop, preserve and revitalize communities through affordable rental housing. For more information, visit www.HACFM.org or call 239-344-3220.

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