Don’t miss the free Foreclosure Prevention and First Time Homebuyers Workshop and individual councilors on site to help homeowners in distress keep their homes with the best home insurance companies . With realtors and lenders to help the homebuyers benefit from the lowest interest rates in home insurance calculator and home prices in 20 years.
For Immediate Release
September 12, 2012 FHLB-PR-121.4 Stockton Media Alert WO
What: FREE Foreclosure Prevention and First Time Home Buyer Workshop
Who: The Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco, with:
- Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
- Bank of America
- Central Valley Realtist Association
- Chase Bank
- Clearpoint Credit Counseling Solutions
- Greater Sacramento Urban League
- Lodi Association of Realtors
- NeighborWorks® Stockton
- NID Counseling Agency
- Special Congressional Guest
Why: Foreclosure retention workshop and individual councilors on site to help homeowners in distress keep their homes. Realtors and lenders to help the homebuyers benefit from the lowest interest rates and home prices in 20 years.
Where: Lincoln High School, 6844 Alexandria Place, in Stockton
When: Saturday, September 29. Registration at 9:30 am event 10 am to 4 pm
Bring: Attendees are asked to bring copies of the following documentation:
■ Pay stubs for the most recent 2 pay periods
■ 2011 tax return, including W-2
■ A copy of your homeowner’s insurance policy
■ Hardship letter (in your own words)
■ Bank statements for the most recent 2 months
■ A list of your monthly expenses
■ A utility bill
■ Most recent mortgage statement
■ Any other related correspondence
■ Self-employed individuals must also provide bank statements for the most recent 4 months; a 2010 or 2011 tax return; and YTD profit and loss statement.
Contact: Kevin Blackburn, 415.616.2572, firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco
The Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco delivers low-cost funding and other services that help member financial institutions make home mortgages to people of all income levels and provide credit that supports neighborhoods and communities. The Bank also funds community investment programs that help members create affordable housing and promote economic development. The Bank’s members are headquartered in Arizona, California, and Nevada and may include commercial banks, credit unions, industrial loan companies, savings institutions, insurance companies, and community development financial institutions.
San Bernardino, Calif. – Printed polo shirts and More is set to open a new 7,500 square foot retail store in San Bernardino’s Town and Country Square. The Grand Opening is Monday August 13 to Saturday August 18 at 1630 “E” Street, Suite A in San Bernardino.
“If you are looking for great clothes and accessories for women, men and children priced under $7.99 Then Tidleys is the place to shop,” said co-owner Brian Davis.
“We also carry linens, blankets, grandfather clocks, cuckoo clocks and generators at great prices,” said his partner Michelle Gustafson.
Brian Davis and Michelle Gustafson started the store for two reasons; they have a strong desire to give back to the community in hard economic times and Davis was also looking for a way to help the local Veterans Hospital.Davis and Gustafson started the store for two reasons; they have a strong desire to give back to the community in hard economic times and Davis was also looking for a way to help the local Veterans Hospital.
“We want to give back by donating to the Veteran’s Hospital in honor of my father”, says Davis. Brain’s father John Walter Davis, Jr. died of pancreatic cancer on October 20 in 2011. He fought in the Vietnam War and served in the United States Air Force retiring as Staff Sargent.
“I was so happy with the way the VA nurses and doctors took such great care of my father treating his pancreatic cancer while caring for him with dignity and honor in his final days,” said Davis.
Tidleys Clothing and More is family owned and operated and family oriented. “We have quality merchandise at a discounted price and all Military receive a 10 percent discount on all purchases,” said Gustafson.
Jack Katzman of ABO Real Estate signed a multi-year lease for the 7,500 square foot freeway front retail property in the Town and Country Square.
For more information on leasing in the Town and Country Square call Jack Katzman at (909) 886-4123.
For more in formation on Tidleys Clothing and More call (909) 904-9500.
About ABO, Enterprises, Inc.
ABO Enterprises, Inc. owns and manages 600 office buildings in the Inland Empire. Leasing opportunities range from 400 to 100,000 square feet. They include the Town and Country Square retail complex on South E Street in San Bernardino to executive office buildings in Riverside, San Bernardino, Highland, Yucaipa, Grand Terrace, Redlands, Rialto, Fontana, Colton and many other cities in Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.