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NeighborWorks Orange County Hosts Successful Annual Homebuyer Day, Empowering Aspiring Homeowners with Support from Key Community Partners

Empowering Aspiring Homeowners with Support from Key Community Partners

Anaheim, CA – October 26, 2023 – NeighborWorks Orange County (NWOC) celebrated a successful Annual Homebuyer Day, held on Saturday, October 21, 2023, at the Downtown Anaheim Community Center. The event aimed to support low-to-moderate income first-time homebuyers by providing valuable resources and information on down payment programs, in collaboration with key community partners, including the cities of Garden Grove, Anaheim, and Santa Ana.

This year’s Homebuyer Day, centrally located at 250 E. Center Street, Anaheim, CA, drew participants from Orange County and neighboring cities, showcasing NWOC’s commitment to serving the broader community. The event was open to the general public, emphasizing NWOC’s dedication to providing free and accessible resources that empower individuals on their homeownership journey.

Spanning from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, the event featured an array of free resources and services tailored to empower potential homebuyers. Attendees had the opportunity to access information on down payment assistance programs, explore lending products, and receive complimentary credit reports during scheduled pre-purchase counseling sessions.

One of the highlights of the day was the on-site pre-qualification sessions offered by participating lending partners, including Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Orange County’s Credit Union, Farmers & Merchants Bank, City National Bank, Citibank, and California Bank & Trust. The collaborative efforts of NWOC and its community partners aimed to demystify the homebuying process and make it more accessible to all residents.

NWOC extends its gratitude to its event sponsors and collaborating partners, which include Wells Fargo, Orange County’s Credit Union, Farmers & Merchants Bank, Bank of America, Luther Burbank Savings, City National Bank, CitiBank, City of Garden Grove, City of Anaheim, and City of Santa Ana. Their support played a crucial role in ensuring the success of the Annual Homebuyer Day, reflecting a shared commitment to empowering individuals and families on their path to homeownership.

“NeighborWorks Orange County is thrilled to have hosted a successful Homebuyer Day, and we are immensely grateful to our collaborating partners and sponsors for their unwavering support,” said Helen O’Sullivan, President & CEO of NWOC. “Together, we are making a meaningful impact in creating pathways to homeownership and building stronger, more vibrant communities.”

About NeighborWorks Orange County

NeighborWorks Orange County is a nonprofit organization that promotes homeownership and community development in Orange County, California. Since 1977, NWOC has provided education, counseling, and support to help families become homeowners, and has worked to improve neighborhoods and support economic development. For more information, please visit https://nwoc.org

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