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Consumers Credit Union hosts free home-selling seminar on July 23

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Consumers Credit Union is offering a no-cost workshop, "Selling Your Home In Today's Market."

This seminar is open to the public on Wednesday, July 23, at KeyLime Cove Resort, 1700 Nations Drive, Gurnee.

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The seminar offers information on the steps needed to assure sellers get a fair price for their homes.

"Proper preparation can make a big difference when selling a home in today's market," said Sean M. Rathjen, CCU President/CEO.

Rathjen said those attending the workshop will receive tips for preparing their home for sale, as well as insights into the importance of representation throughout the selling process. The seminar will also provide information about home inspections and how one can ensure their home meets or exceeds the numerous regulations, codes and other requirements in their community.

The panelists for the workshop include a Realtor, attorney, a home inspector and mortgage and financing officials.

"Selling Your Home In Today's Market" is open to the public and credit union members at 5:30 p.m. and the program starts at 6 p.m.

Contact Cedric Ivy by email at CedricI@my consumers.org or by phone at (847) 265-5541 to reserve your seat and/or for information about the seminar.

Consumers Credit Union is member-owned, with offices in Waukegan, Mundelein, Round Lake Beach, Gurnee, North Waukegan and Volo. For information, visit www.myconsumers.org.

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