Lorry Aslinger Of Remax Awarded 203k Specialist Designation

Friday, March 12, 2010

Remax Renaissance Realtors announced that Lorry Aslinger has completed the real estate industry’s most comprehensive training in the use of the U.S. Government’s FHA 203k Home Purchase and Renovation Loan program. With this designation, Lorry Aslinger becomes a member of RE-buildUSA, a nationwide organization of real estate, lending and home improvement professionals, working in partnership with Lowe’s, is dedicated to helping more Americans achieve the dream of home ownership, improving our communities and contributing to the health of our economy.

“The FHA 203k Renovation Loan offers tremendous opportunities for many Americans to enjoy great prices on homes today, low interest rates, and the ability to borrow additional money to renovate a home,” said Lorry, “yet there is very little awareness of this program and the power it offers in our current economy. This is great for any buyer who wants to purchase a foreclosure or older home that needs some work but they don’t have the funds to do the work needed.”

RE-buildUSA was established with the mission of creating more awareness of the opportunities offered by the FHA 203k program, while at the same time, simplifying the process for all involved. As RE-buildUSA’s home improvement partner, Lowe’s assists in identifying the scope of work and relative costs and then coordinates the actual renovation activities through its nationwide network of licensed installers.

“My 203k Specialist™ designation training positions me to provide professional guidance to those who would like to locate a great home in a great neighborhood to be renovated to meet their needs. Additionally, as a member of RE-buildUSA, I can help my buyers more easily navigate the process of planning, securing loan approval and completing the home improvements.”

203k Specialists are also trained to bring a strong competitive advantage to home sellers by more effectively marketing their homes to a wider audience. The RE-buildUSA List Assist program provides visualization tools and cost estimates allowing prospective buyers to better recognize the value of an available property, and the 203k Specialist can then help them put the power of the FHA 203k to work in purchasing and renovating the home.

Lorry Aslinger has been active in real estate sales for 5 years and works in the Chattanooga and North Georgia areas. She also holds a designation GRI (Graduate Realtor Institute) and is recognized as a consistent multi-million dollar leading sales producer.

Remax Renaissance Realtors is located at 103 Cherokee Blvd Ste 2A in Chattanooga. 423 756-5700


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