Let’s be honest. The home-buying process is a stressful, hectic whirlwind of open houses and scouring through online listings. Every family has its own set of needs and challenges. But for a MilFam, the complications can be tenfold. It’s such a unique experience, often lumped in with a sudden PCS move, that the average real estate agent or home-buyers cheat sheet won’t exactly hold up or offer you the best roadmap towards home ownership.

Moving your MilFam across the county, or sometimes to another country entirely, isn’t easy. But it can be easier. One way to do that is to work with the right people. People who understand the way MilFams live, the things they need, and the challenges they face.

Choosing the right real estate agent may not sound like the most consequential decision you’ll make during this process, right? You may think to yourself, “They’re all more or less the same” or “I like their commercials,” but the difference between smiling and crying through the home-buying process may come down to the agent you choose.

To make sure you and your agent are on the same page before it’s too late, AAFMAA Mortgage Services LLC is hosting a free webinar that will explore key questions to ask your agent as you begin the home-buying process. Before your agent even takes you to an open house, make sure you sit down and hash things out. It’ll make things a lot easier for everyone moving forward.

Space is limited for this free webinar, which premieres on May 23, so register now to reserve your spot in either the 9am or 3pm session.

To watch previous free AAFMAA webinars covering important MilFam topics, such as preparing for deployment, mortgage points, social security secrets, and much more, head over to the AAFMAA Learning Hub. You can watch all of the webinars on-demand anytime.

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Life Insurance, Wealth Management, Home Mortgages, Survivor Services, and more. Learn more about AAFMAA.

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