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HRDC to offer homebuyer education workshops May 23-24

The Headwaters Regional Development Commission will offer two homebuyer education workshops from 5 to 9 p.m. on Monday, May 23, and Tuesday, May 24, at the Headwaters Development Center, 1320 Neilson Ave. SE.

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BEMIDJI — The Headwaters Regional Development Commission will offer two homebuyer education workshops from 5 to 9 p.m. on Monday, May 23, and Tuesday, May 24, at the Headwaters Development Center, 1320 Neilson Ave. SE.

The workshop will provide potential home buyers with the information they need to navigate the home buying process with ease. Local experts will present on topics like improving credit, mortgage products, shopping for a home and more. The class is designed for buyers at any stage of the process, a release said.

The cost to attend is $40 per household and registrations will be open until Friday, May 20. To register, call the HRDC at (218) 444-4732 or visit hrdc.org/homestretch.

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